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Xinjiang 'suspects' named after Tiananmen crash

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Chinese police have named two suspects from the restive Xinjiang region after a car crash on Beijing's Tiananmen Square killed five people, state-run media said Tuesday, as analysts said the incident looked like a premeditated attack. 

Police cars block off the roads leading into Tiananmen Square after a vehicle crashed into crowds in front of Tiananmen Gate in Beijing on October 28, 2013

The crash -- in which a sport utility vehicle drove along the pavement, ploughed into crowds and caught fire at the capital's best-known and most sensitive site -- killed three people in the car and two tourists, according to Beijing police.

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