People wheel a gurney towards an ambulance outside a hospital in Dasu, after a bus with Chinese nationals on board plunged into a ravine in Kohistan, Pakistan, following a blast. Photo: Reuters People wheel a gurney towards an ambulance outside a hospital in Dasu, after a bus with Chinese nationals on board plunged into a ravine in Kohistan, Pakistan, following a blast. Photo: Reuters
People wheel a gurney towards an ambulance outside a hospital in Dasu, after a bus with Chinese nationals on board plunged into a ravine in Kohistan, Pakistan, following a blast. Photo: Reuters
Pakistan

‘Delicate moment’ for China, Pakistan as suspicions rise that bus blast was terrorist attack

  • Bomb blast that killed nine Chinese workers on their way to Pakistan’s Dasu dam probably work of militants, experts say, though official conclusion is pending
  • Blast unlikely to give China cold feet about belt and road investments in Pakistan, but diplomatic relations will suffer, analysts say

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People wheel a gurney towards an ambulance outside a hospital in Dasu, after a bus with Chinese nationals on board plunged into a ravine in Kohistan, Pakistan, following a blast. Photo: Reuters People wheel a gurney towards an ambulance outside a hospital in Dasu, after a bus with Chinese nationals on board plunged into a ravine in Kohistan, Pakistan, following a blast. Photo: Reuters
People wheel a gurney towards an ambulance outside a hospital in Dasu, after a bus with Chinese nationals on board plunged into a ravine in Kohistan, Pakistan, following a blast. Photo: Reuters
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