Beijing has blamed Saturday's deadly attack at a train station on Uighur separatists from Xinjiang province. Foreign experts point to local grievances, but a strike-hard policy is popular.
Peter Ford, Staff writer /
March 3, 2014
Within hours of Saturday's terrorist attack on Kunming railway station that left 33 people dead, the Chinese authorities had identified the alleged perpetrators: extremist Muslim separatists, ethnic Uighurs from the western province of Xinjiang.