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Xinhua is reporting at least three people are dead after knife-wielding assailants attacked civilians on the street in Changsha, the capital of Hunan province.
Reuters offers more details on the incident, claiming that the attack was the result of a dispute involving quarreling market vendors from China's restive Xinjiang province.
Though not many details are currently known, China's been a bit jittery after a crazy month so far. First the Kunming train station knife massacre, then the missing Malaysia Airlines plane, and now this? What's going on here, China?
What do you think? Xinjiang militants or just an argument between rivaling vendors that got out of hand? Leave your comments below, and head back to the home page to vote in this week's poll on terrorism in China.
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