Man stabs 28 children at kindergarten in China

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April 29, 2010 07:22

 
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BEIJING  — A local official says a knife-wielding man has attacked 28 children at a kindergarten in eastern Jiangsu province, the second such attack in China in two days.

Propaganda department official Zhu Guiming told The Associated Press on Thursday that the man wounded the students, two teachers and one security guard. Zhu said five people were in critical condition in hospital. He had no information on the suspect.

The official Xinhua News Agency reported that 26 students had been wounded. It had no other details.

On Wednesday, Xinhua reported that a man broke into a primary school in Guangdong province in southern China and wounded 15 students and a teacher in a knife attack.

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