Knife-wielding man injures three at Chinese railway station

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Knife-wielding man injures three at Chinese railway station

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Beijing:  Three persons were injured in yet another knife attack at a railway station in central China today when a man went on a stabbing spree.

Chen, 31, from Ankang City in northwest China's Shaanxi Province, attacked three passersby at an exit of Huaihua railway station in Hunan Province, injuring two children and an elderly person, local authorities said.

He was apprehended by the police and members of the public, state-run Xinhua news agency reported.

The motive behind the attack is not clear yet.

The injured have been taken to a local hospital, the report said, adding that a probe is on.

On March 1, knife-wielding assailants killed 33 people and injured over 130 at the crowded Kunming railway station.

China blamed the deadly attack on East Turkistan Islamic Movement (ETIM) fighting for the independence of Xinjiang.

The communist nation in the recent times experienced knife attacks by disgruntled people who targeted innocent passersby to vent their anger.

In a deadly knife attack in Changsha city on March 14, six people, including the assailant were killed.



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