China Station Attacks Blamed on Uighur Terrorists

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Mar. 3 (Bloomberg) –- In “The Big Picture,” Bloomberg’s Angie Lau reports on the top stories of the day. She speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “First Up.” (Source: Bloomberg)

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One of the other major stories from over the weekend, chinese police have said guns and knives were used in the deadly attacks.

33 people died at a railroad station.

More than 140 were wounded as a gang attack people at random.

If it was captured, four were shot.

Two of the attackers were women.

There is heavy security following the attacks are a violent incidence.

It was more than 1000 kilometers away.

The stabbings come at a sensitive time in china's little coal -- when china's focal elite

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