Xinjiang Unrest Moves East
Xinjiang Unrest Moves East
Knife-Wielding Terrorists Kill 29 in China

China’s restive Xinjiang province has long been a place of ethnic tension and separatist sentiment. Now, there’s been a vicious terror attack on bystanders in a busy train station in the city of Kunming, and authorities are saying terrorists from Xinjiang are responsible. Kunming is hundreds of miles away from Xinjiang. Is the remote province’s unrest moving eastward?

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