'Three die in attack on station in China's Xinjiang'
Chinese paramilitary police ride in armoured vehicles in Urumqi on June 29, 2013 - by Mark Ralston
China's official news agency Xinhua said attackers slashed people with knives and set off explosives at the south railway station in Xinjiang's capital Urumqi, calling it called a "violent terrorist attack".
The attack came on the same day that President Xi Jinping ended a visit to the restive region in China's far west that is home to the country's mostly Muslim Uighur minority.
Four people were seriously injured but were "in a stable condition" after being sent to hospital for treatment, Xinhua reported, citing local Communist Party officials.
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