China Train Station Blast Seen as Suicide Attack

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Chinese police have confirmed the deaths of two suspects in a terror attack at a train station in the far-western Xinjiang region. The apparent suicide bombing also killed one other person and wounded 79. Both suspects have long been involved in religious extremism. Some of the injured have been discharged from hospital.
Public order has been restored, and the railway service has resumed. Chinese President Xi Jinping urged “decisive action” against violent terrorist attacks. Local residents have also expressed their reactions. CCTV’s Pan Deng reports from Beijing.

Xinjiang Terror Attack

Xinjiang Terror Attack

Chinese police have confirmed the deaths of two suspects in a terror attack at a train station in the far-western Xinjiang region. The apparent suicide bombing also killed one other person and wounded 79. Both suspects have long been involved in religious extremism. Some of the injured have been discharged from hospital. Public order has been restored, and the railway service has resumed. Chinese President Xi Jinping urged "decisive action" against violent terrorist attacks. Local residents have also expressed their reactions. CCTV's Pan Deng reports from Beijing.
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