There is growing speculation that minority ethnic Uighurs from China were responsible for an August 30th suicide car bombing at the Chinese embassy in the Kyrgyz capital, Bishkek. Five days later, there was no word from Kyrgyz or Chinese authorities about who carried out the attack. To find out why suspicions have fallen on Uighur militants, VOA's Michael Lipin speaks to Royal United Services Institute's Raffaello Pantucci and George Washington University's Sean Roberts in this week's podcast.
VOA China 360: What's Behind Talk of Uighur Role in Bishkek Chinese Embassy Bombing 2221411
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