[At least 10 people were killed and dozens of others injured following knife-attacks and blasts that struck China’s far-western Silk Road city of Kashgar on Saturday and Sunday, in the latest incidence of violence to hit the country's troubled frontier Xinjiang region.
The official Xinhua news agency reported four people were also shot dead by police, after an eruption of violence in downtown Kashgar on Sunday afternoon saw "rioters" attack pedestrians and police officers, leaving at least three killed and 10 injured.
Sunday's violence followed a knife attack on Saturday night, which left seven people killed and 28 others injured, according to Xinhua.
The State-run news agency also reported that a series of explosions, two on Saturday night and another blast on Sunday, had rocked the city, but left unclear whether there were any casualties from the blasts.]
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