After Train Station Massacre Labeled 'China's 9/11,' a Wide Search for Culprits

Chinese armed police and officials help an injured woman at the scene of the terror attack at the main train station in Kunming, Yunnan Province on March 2, 2014 Photograph by Mark Ralston/AFP via Getty Images

A band of 10 or more people wearing black face masks and brandishing long knives walked into a busy train station in southwestern China on Saturday night and began to indiscriminately attack civilians. Police soon began to fire on the assailants, and within a few minutes at least 29 people were dead. At least 130 people injured in the attack were brought to hospitals across Kunming, capital city of Yunnan province, where the rampage occurred. As of Sunday evening in China, about half of the assailants are believed to still be at large.

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