Responding to rising incidents of violence in Xinjiang and elsewhere in China, authorities in 2014...
by Josh Rudolph | May 4, 2014
The following censorship instructions, issued to the media by government authorities, have been...
by Josh Rudolph | Sep 19, 2013
Al Jazeera reports on a Chinese flag installed in a mosque in Aksu, western Xinjiang Autonomous...
by Natalie Ornell | Jun 30, 2013
The BBC reports that following days of unrest in the Xinjiang region that included an attack on a police station in Hotan on Friday, Chinese officials have increased operations by enacting a twenty-four hour patrol of the...
by Sophie Beach | Jul 18, 2011
At least four people were killed by police during a riot in Hotan, Xinjiang today. From the Los Angeles Times: Authorities in the western frontier city of Hotan opened fire on a mob after it attacked a police station, set it on...
by Sophie Beach | Sep 4, 2009
AP reports on the ongoing protests in Urumqi following reports of a string of syringe attacks. Five people have been killed in the protests: Deputy Mayor Zhang Hong reported the casualties at a news conference in the city,...
by Xiao Qiang | Jul 27, 2009
The interplay between local identity, state policy, and economic change is at the core of the violent events in Tibet in 2008 and Xinjiang in 2009. The Chinese government’s predicament in finding a workable policy in response is...
by Sophie Beach | Jul 7, 2009
Two days after riots left at least 156 people dead and over a thousand injured, tensions between Han Chinese and Uighurs are still running high in Urumqi and Tuesday saw another surge of violence. The Times reports: Thousands of...
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