Chinese police said Monday that they found links to international terror forces during a raid on a camp in the western region of Xinjiang that resulted in the death of 18 suspects and the arrest of 17 more. AP quoted Foreign Ministry spokesman Liu Jianchao Tuesday as saying that "there is a large amount of evidence" that suggests the East Turkestan Islamic Movement (ETIM), which allegedly ran the camp, is linked to international terror groups. Liu did not give details of the evidence or say which groups the ETIM is linked to. Both China and the US have labelled the ETIM as a terrorist organization. State media said police seized 22 grenades and parts for 1,500 more during the raid as well as guns and handmade explosives.