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China arrests man for spreading Xinjiang massacre rumours
Malay Mail

China Holds Uyghur Netizen Over Yarkand Massacre Claims

Chinese authorities in Xinjiang have detained an ethnic minority Uyghur man for spreading "rumors" after he alleged in an online post that Chinese security forces killed thousands of people in the troubled region's Yarkand county earlier this month. Radio Free Asia, 1 month ago
Man held over Xinjiang 'massacre' allegations Hong Kong Standard, 1 month ago
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At Least 2,000 Uyghurs Killed in Yarkand Violence: Exile Leader

An exile Uyghur leader has claimed that at least 2,000 ethnic minority Uyghurs may have been killed by Chinese security forces following riots last week in a restive county in China's western Xinjiang region, far more than reported by the state ...
 PrisonPlanet1 month ago Collective punishment of Uyghurs continues as Beijing covers up evidence of massacre exile leader  Turkish Weekly1 month ago 'At least 2,000 Uyghurs killed'  Radio Free Asia1 month ago
Sott.net

'At least 2,000 Uyghurs killed' by Chinese security forces in Yarkand march turned riot, over police's killing of innocent villagers

AFP Uyghur leader Rebiya Kadeer speaks during a press conference in Tokyo, June 20, 2013. An exile Uyghur leader has claimed that at least 2,000 ethnic minority Uyghurs may have been killed by Chinese security forces following riots last week in ...
 Sott.net1 month ago
World Bulletin

China isolates Uighurs in Yarkand -report

World Bulletin/News Desk A violent protest erupted after the Chinese police insulted and harassed a crowd of Muslim Uighur women, after forcing them to gather at a village square in the Yarkand region in East Turkestan, Turkish paper reported ...
 World Bulletin1 month ago

Book recounts how Iranian music found footholds in China

The author visited China along with her family in 1990. Her husband was appointed as a teacher of Persian Language and Literature for Chinese students in Peking University in Beijing. The visit was a milestone in her extensive research work into ...
 Mehr News1 week ago

China's War on Terror or Islam

CAIRO Making little distinction between Islam and terrorism, China has been waging relentless war on Islamic features in the Uighur Muslim community in Xinjiang, imposing an iron fist on prayers, veil, beards and mosques. The police are ...
 IslamOnline NET1 week ago China's war on terror becomes all-out attack on Islam in Xinjiang  Washington Post1 week ago 4 China's war on terror becomes all-out attack on Islam in Xinjiang  Washington Post1 week ago China's war on terror becomes attack on Islam in Xinjiang, residents say  Washington Post1 week ago
Radio Free Asia

Detained Uyghur Scholar Tohti to Stand Trial in Urumqi For 'Separatism'

Chinese authorities in the troubled northwestern region of Xinjiang said on Friday that outspoken Uyghur scholar Ilham Tohti will stand trial on separatism charges at a court in the regional capital Urumqi next week, his lawyer said. Tohti, who ...
 Radio Free Asia2 weeks ago China's Mandarin Teaching Drive Sparks Uyghur Anger  Radio Free Asia1 month ago Three Uyghur Farmers Shot Dead in Xinjiang Police Operations  Radio Free Asia1 month ago Farmer's Murder Raises New Concerns Among Uyghurs in Xinjiang  Radio Free Asia1 month ago

IFJ Press Freedom in China Campaign Bulletin: September 2014

Welcome to IFJ Asia-Pacific's monthly Press Freedom in China Campaign e-bulletin. The next bulletin will be sent on October 1 , and contributions are most welcome. To contribute news or information, email ifjchina(at)ifj-asia(dot)org . To visit ...
 IFJ Global3 weeks ago
Time

Religious Radicalisation In Xinjiang: Is China's Game-plan To Blame? Analysis

By IPCS By Bhavna Singh The execution of Juma Tahir, the Uighur imam of the Id Kah mosque in Kashgar, the largest in China, earlier last month has raised concerns about the nature of religious extremism in Xinjiang. It comes as no ...
 Eurasia Review3 weeks ago China Now Says Almost 100 Were Killed in Xinjiang Violence  Time1 month ago Extremists kill imam of China's largest mosque  UCAN India2 months ago Pro-China imam murdered  Asian Age2 months ago
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Rare Visit To Town At Centre Of Massacre Claims

According to several different sources, including the Chinese government, a riot between local Uighur Muslims and the Chinese military had left many people dead. The initial reports from the Chinese state media claimed that "dozens" had died. The ...
 Independent Radio News1 month ago
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