2 killed, 9 hurt in cleaver attack at Chinese Walmart store

2 killed, 9 hurt in cleaver attack at Chinese Walmart storeBEIJING (AP) — Two people were hacked to death and another nine injured by a man wielding a meat cleaver inside a Walmart store in China's southern manufacturing hub of Shenzhen, police in the city's Bao'an district said Monday.


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