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szdaily -> China
At a Glance
    2017-May-18  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Boy’s hand chopped off

TWO suspects were caught by police for allegedly chopping off a 7-year-old boy’s hand in a gruesome attack in Guangzhou City in South China’s Guangdong Province yesterday morning, police said.

The attack happened around 7:30 a.m. when one of the suspects, the 41-year-old man surnamed Ma, sprayed liquid in the boy’s mother’s eyes, causing her to be unable to see, chopped off the right hand of the boy and fled away, police alleged.

Police captured Ma around 1 a.m. in Huangpu District and seized the other man, 38-year-old man surnamed Wu, later in Haizhu District.

A preliminary investigation found the suspects had financial disputes with the victim’s family. A further probe is ongoing.

The chopped-off hand has been found by police. The boy underwent surgery to have it reattached, local newspaper New Express Daily reported.

Dynamite plant blast

FIVE people were killed and another injured when an explosion ripped through a dynamite manufacturing plant Tuesday in Central China’s Hunan Province, authorities said.

Two bodies have been retrieved from the debris as of 7 p.m., bringing the death toll to five, said a spokesman with the county’s publicity department.

One person who was injured was taken to the hospital and his injuries are not life-threatening.

International training

MORE than 30 railway staff from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan attended training on high-speed trains in Central China on Tuesday.

The two-day training course in Hubei’s capital city Wuhan will lay a foundation for the railway projects of the Belt and Road Initiative, according to the organizer.

Wuhan has held similar training sessions before. Last year, about 200 staff from countries such as Thailand and Laos participated in the sessions.

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