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  • At 6:24 p.m. on July 20, a man named Ji Zhongxing detonated explosives as he was sitting in a wheelchair in Terminal 3 of Beijing Capital International Airport. Pictured here on July 21 is Ji's family home in Heze, Shandong Province. The home was built at a cost of roughly 4,000 yuan, which is around half the price for a brick home. Wang Heyan/Caixin
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    At 6:24 p.m. on July 20, a man named Ji Zhongxing detonated explosives as he was sitting in a wheelchair in Terminal 3 of Beijing Capital International Airport. Pictured here on July 21 is Ji's family home in Heze, Shandong Province. The home was built at a cost of roughly 4,000 yuan, which is around half the price for a brick home. Wang Heyan/Caixin
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Beijing Airport Bomber

A wheelchair-bound man named Ji Zhongxing, who detonated a small bomb on evening of July 20 inside the international arrivals area of Beijing airport, has his home visited by the media.

07.22.2013
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