British police in Northern Ireland were attacked by a gasoline bomb. The Chinese Consulate General reminded citizens to pay attention to safety (source: Netease video)
Police in Craigan, London, Northern Ireland, were attacked recently. Local militants threw 40 petrol bombs and a large number of bricks and other debris at police cars, forcing 15 nearby residents to evacuate. It is reported that about 60 to 100 young people gathered in the incident area, at least two people were injured in the process of throwing gasoline bombs. Police said the attack was planned by the New Irish Republican Army to kill the police. On September 18, the Chief Executive of China in Belfast issued a bulletin reminding Chinese citizens to pay close attention to the local security situation and raise awareness of security precautions and self-protection.
Source: Du Shuo_NB12556, Responsible Editor of Southern Metropolitan Daily