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Topic - Zhu Hailun
Urumqi's Communist Party boss Zhu Hailun, the city's most powerful official, said police had defused several threats to public safety in recent weeks, though he mentioned only one case.
He said a man tried to take a knife on board a flight departing from Urumqi airport and was being held on suspicion of planning to carry out an attack during the flight, according to a report by the official Xinhua News Agency appearing in Thursday's China Daily newspaper.