Order has been restored in Kunming, capital of southwest China’s Yunnan province, after a terrorist attack left 29 dead and more than 130 injured on Saturday night, China Daily reported Monday. Train services resumed on Sunday at the station where the attacks took place, stranding 3,000 commuters. Meanwhile, 60,000 passengers were expected to leave the station on Sunday following 59,000 on Saturday. Part of a major road in front of the railway station is still under traffic control and a waiting area on a square east of the station is cordoned off. Normal operations resumed under heavy police presence. No new restrictions have been imposed, the report said.
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