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At the New York Times, Edward Wang cites coverage from U.S.-funded Radio Free Asia and advocacy group International Campaign for Tibet to report
At least four fatal shootings have followed the arming of some Chinese police as part of the country’s ongoing anti-terror campaign. In
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The BBC reports that authorities have shot eight people who were allegedly “trying to attack police officers in Xinjiang” last
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