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Hundreds of armed men riot in southeastern Xinjiang

BEIJING, July 30. /ITAR-TASS/. Several hundred rioters were on the streets of Shache, or Yarkand city in southeast of Chinese autonomous region Xinjiang on Monday, Chinese media report on Wednesday. The rioters armed with knives and axes attacked ... Itar Tass, 1 month ago

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Dozens of Uyghurs Shot Dead in Riots in Xinjiang's Yarkand County

Updated at 11.15 p.m. EST on 2014-7-29 Chinese police in northwestern China's troubled Xinjiang region have shot dead dozens of knife and axe-wielding ethnic minority Uyghur Muslims who went on a rampage, apparently angry over restrictions during ...
 Radio Free Asia1 month ago Three Uyghur Farmers Shot Dead in Xinjiang Police Operations  Radio Free Asia1 week ago

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 Asia2 weeks ago At Least 2,000 Uyghurs Killed in Yarkand Violence: Exile Leader  PrisonPlanet3 weeks ago Collective punishment of Uyghurs continues as Beijing covers up evidence of massacre exile leader  Turkish Weekly2 weeks ago 'At least 2,000 Uyghurs killed'  Radio Free Asia3 weeks ago

'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.net3 weeks 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 Bulletin3 weeks ago
Eurasia Review

China Offers Cash For Marriage to Promote Assimilation in Xinjiang

Chinese authorities in the troubled northwestern region of Xinjiang have announced a slew of cash incentives for interracial marriages between members of ethnic minority groups and majority Han Chinese, local officials said. The move immediately ...
 Radio Free Asia1 day ago

Double standards?

China maintains a strict policy on religion throughout the country, which is exemplified by banning all children under the age of 18 from practicing their religion. The state vies to maintain the status quo of irreligion by recognising only those ...
 The Friday Times2 days ago
Brunei Times

Uighur entrepreneur fights prejudice

AMBITIOUS and apolitical, self-described good Uighur entrepreneur Abdulhabir Muhammad initially conceals his proud ethnic identity from his Chinese clients. After I solve everything I will tell them, Hey, Im a Uighur, Im from Xinjiang, he says, ...
 Brunei Times2 days ago FEATURE: Uighur confronts prejudice in China  Taipei Times Online2 days ago Prejudice in China Faced Head-On by Uighur Entrepreneur  MedIndia2 days ago Ambitious Uighur takes on distrust, prejudice in China  Malay Mail2 days ago

Uygurs seek independent probe into Xinjiang riots

Asia Aug. 28, 2014 - Updated 06:58 UTC An organization of ethnic Uygurs living abroad is demanding an independent international investigation into last month's riots in China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Rioters attacked government ...
 NHK2 days ago
Radio Free Asia

China's Mandarin Teaching Drive Sparks Uyghur Anger

Authorities in the Chinese capital have sent dozens of volunteer teachers to the troubled northwestern region of Xinjiang in a bid to boost comprehension of Mandarin among local ethnic minority Uyghurs, official media reported. The move was ...
 Radio Free Asia3 days ago
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