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One of the results of the ethnic unrest in China's far-western city of Urumqi last Sunday is how difficult it will be to heal the wounds. On both sides of town you have people who suffered and who are still suffering -- whether they are Han Chinese or Uyghurs.

I visited the Xinjiang People's Hospital on Wednesday with about 200 other representatives from the local and international media.

From July 5, soon after the outbreak of the unrest, to about 2 p.m. on July 8, when we were visiting, this hospital received 367 patients from that rioting: 240 of them with moderate to light injuries and the rest with very serious injuries -- 41 critically injured -- and 18 were dead on arrival. Read full article »

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