Reports: 31 dead in western China attacks

Victims of a bombing lie on a street near the site where attackers ploughed two vehicles into a market and threw explosives, killing at least 31 people, in Urumqi in northwest China's Xinjiang region on May 22, 2014. More than 90 people were also wounded when two off-road vehicles drove into a crowd in Urumqi, with one of them exploding, the regional government's Tianshan web portal said, in what authorities called the latest "severe terrorist incident" to hit the Muslim Uighur homeland. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO/STRSTR/AFP/Getty Images
Victims of a bombing lie on a street near the site where attackers ploughed two vehicles into a market and threw explosives, killing at least 31 people, in Urumqi in northwest China's Xinjiang region on May 22, 2014. More than 90 people were also wounded when two off-road vehicles drove into a crowd in Urumqi, with one of them exploding, the regional government's Tianshan web portal said, in what authorities called the latest "severe terrorist incident" to hit the Muslim Uighur homeland. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO/STRSTR/AFP/Getty Images

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Terrorist attacks leave 31 dead and 94 injured at an open market in Urumqi, China. CNN's David McKenzie reports.