Chinese schools reopen with added security after attacks

05/4/2010 | Google

Schools in China reopened Tuesday for the first time since dozens of children were injured last week in three school attacks. Schools enlisted additional police and staff to help with security, comforting parents who said they were worried about school safety. "We must take fast action to strengthen security for schools and kindergartens to create a harmonious environment for children to study and grow up," said senior Communist Party leader Zhou Yongkang.

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