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In this Monday March 3, 2014 photo, Uighur men work in the kitchen of a restaurant in Kunming, in western China's Yunnan province. China said the vicious slashing spree Saturday that killed 29 people in the southern city was the work of separatists linked to international terrorism, but the assailants’ homespun methods and low-tech weapons - nothing more than long knives - have led some analysts to suspect they didn’t get outside help. (AP Photo/Alexander F. Yuan)

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In this Monday March 3, 2014 photo, police officers question two Uighur men, left, as a Han Chinese man walks past them in Kunming, in western China's Yunnan province. China said the vicious slashing spree Saturday that killed 29 people in the southern city was the work of separatists linked to international terrorism, but the assailants’ homespun methods and low-tech weapons - nothing more than long knives - have led some analysts to suspect they didn’t get outside help. (AP Photo/Alexander F. Yuan)

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In this Monday March 3, 2014 photo, armed policemen and paramilitary policemen patrol a street near the Kunming Train Station in Kunming, in southwestern China's Yunnan province. China said the vicious slashing spree Saturday that killed 29 people in the southern city was the work of separatists linked to international terrorism, but the assailants’ homespun methods and low-tech weapons - nothing more than long knives - have led some analysts to suspect they didn’t get outside help. (AP Photo/Alexander F. Yuan)

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In this Sunday March 2, 2014 photo, Uighur women, left, sew as a Han Chinese woman rides her tricycle cart past them in a community shared by both Han Chinese and Uighur ethnic residents in Kunming, in southwestern China's Yunnan province. China said the vicious slashing spree Saturday that killed 29 people in the southern city was the work of separatists linked to international terrorism, but the assailants’ homespun methods and low-tech weapons - nothing more than long knives - have led some analysts to suspect they didn’t get outside help. (AP Photo/Alexander F. Yuan)

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In this Monday March 3, 2014 photo, a pregnant Uighur woman watches her husband working on lamb barbecues at their food stall in Kunming, in western China's Yunnan province. China said the vicious slashing spree Saturday that killed 29 people in the southern city was the work of separatists linked to international terrorism, but the assailants’ homespun methods and low-tech weapons - nothing more than long knives - have led some analysts to suspect they didn’t get outside help. . (AP Photo/Alexander F. Yuan)

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In this Monday, March 3, 2014 photo, a man holds a poster with slogans urging fights against terrorists on a square outside the Kunming Train Station, where more than 10 assailants slashed scores of people with knives Saturday evening, in Kunming, in western China's Yunnan province. China said the vicious slashing spree Saturday that killed 29 people in the southern city was the work of separatists linked to international terrorism, but the assailants’ homespun methods and low-tech weapons - nothing more than long knives - have led some analysts to suspect they didn’t get outside help. (AP Photo/Alexander F. Yuan)

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In this Monday, March 3, 2014 photo, a Uighur man walks past a propaganda poster, partially in Uighur language, urging for ethnic unity in a community shared by both ethnic Uighur and Han Chinese residents in Kunming, in western China's Yunnan province. China said the vicious slashing spree Saturday that killed 29 people in the southern city was the work of separatists linked to international terrorism, but the assailants’ homespun methods and low-tech weapons - nothing more than long knives - have led some analysts to suspect they didn’t get outside help. (AP Photo/Alexander F. Yuan)

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In this Monday, March 3, 2014 photo, people stand on a street near a wall painted with figures representing Han Chinese, center, and other ethnic groups living in the city as part of a tourism advertisement outside the Kunming Train Station in Kunming, in western China's Yunnan province. China said the vicious slashing spree Saturday that killed 29 people in the southern city was the work of separatists linked to international terrorism, but the assailants’ homespun methods and low-tech weapons - nothing more than long knives - have led some analysts to suspect they didn’t get outside help. (AP Photo/Alexander F. Yuan)