Uighurs returned to China ‘disappear’ says rights group

Originally published by BBC, 29 January 2010 China must account for the whereabouts of

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China cracks down on text messaging in Xinjiang

Originally published by The Guardian, 29 January 2010 Residents punished for spreading rumours and

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US seeks China transparency in Xinjiang trials

Originally published by AFP, 28 January 2010 WASHINGTON (AFP) – The United States on

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FOUR NEW DEATH SENTENCES ISSUED IN EAST TURKESTAN; CELL PHONE USERS PUNISHED FOR SENDING “HARMFUL TEXTS”

For immediate release January 27, 2010, 2:45 pm EST Contact: Uyghur American Association +1

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UYGHUR AMERICAN ASSOCIATION CONDEMNS PATTERN OF UYGHUR REFUGEE REFOULEMENT FOLLOWING REPORTED DEPORTATIONS FROM MYANMAR

For immediate release January 26, 2010, 12:30 pm EST Contact: Uyghur American Association +1

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Four more death sentences over Xinjiang unrest

Originally published by BBC, 26 January 2010 China says four more people have been

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Xinjiang residents cope with losing Net access

Originally published by San Francisco Chronicle, 24 January 2010 They arrive at this gritty

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Internet refugees flee Xinjiang

Originally published by Taipei Times, 23 January 2010 Xinjiang has no e-mail, no blogs,

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