Urumqi

 
'I asked them to find my husband, but no one dared to go outside'
'I asked them to find my husband, but no one dared to go outside'
Dong Yuanyuan was a happy newlywed until ethnic hatreds spilled over into bloody street violence in China's far west. She is recovering: her...
Clinging to life in the People's Hospital
Clinging to life in the People's Hospital
Four-year-old Aliya lay on a trolley, blinking up at the commotion, amid scores of victims who had spilled out of the wards into the corridors.
China police fan out to halt Xinjiang unrest
China police fan out to halt Xinjiang unrest
Banks of paramilitary police fanned out in the far-flung Chinese city of Urumqi on Wednesday to try to stifle unrest days after 156 people were...
Xinjiang protests resume as death toll hits 156
Xinjiang protests resume as death toll hits 156
Hundreds of Uighur clashed with anti-riot police in the capital of China's Muslim region of Xinjiang on Tuesday, two days after ethnic unrest left...
China says 140 killed in Xinjiang unrest
China says 140 killed in Xinjiang unrest
China said a riot that shook the capital of the western Xinjiang region on Sunday killed 140 people and the government called the ethnic unrest a...

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