Free Tibet: Fake Twitter Accounts Spread Chinese Propaganda

VoA News, 22 July 2014

A human rights group says it has uncovered at least 100 fake Twitter accounts used to spread the Chinese government’s propaganda about Tibet.

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Free Tibet exposes fake Twitter accounts by China propagandists

The Guardian, 22 July 2014

What do the late Pink Floyd vocalist Syd Barrett, the Canadian actor Erica Durance and Brazilian model Felipe Berto have in common They all suddenly appear to be big supporters of China’s policies in Tibet.

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Twitter Acts Quickly on Suspect Pro-China Accounts

The New York Times, 22 July 2014

Just hours after The New York Times posted an article about bogus Twitter accounts dedicated to spreading pro-China propaganda — and a Tibetan advocacy group demanded that the company take action — Twitter appears to have hit the kill switch on a score of the suspect accounts.

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Fleeing Uygurs caught using Rohingya trafficking networks are stuck in limbo

SCMP, 21 July 2014

Hundreds of suspected Uygurs are being held in Thai immigration camps while officials try to validate their desperate claims of Turkish nationality. Deportation to China, they know, could be a deadly fate, writes Gabrielle Paluch

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Human Rights Watch: China-U.S. Counterterrorism Dialogue Could Send Wrong Signal to Beijing

China Topix, 21 July 2014

The international human rights organization Human Rights Watch has warned of possible implications of the China-U.S. counterterrorism dialogue.

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UYGHURS’ PREDICATEMENT BETWEEN SINIFICATION AND CHINESE SECURITIZATION IN XINJIANG

Daily Sabah, 20 July 2014

Chinese authorities appealed to nationalism to mobilize huge Chinese masses when rapid economic growth started to transform the socio-political structure of the country with a lack of adherence to communist ideals during the post-Deng Xiaoping era. In theory, the Preamble of China’s Constitution

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Suicide By Drought: How China is Destroying Its Own Water Supply

Foreign Affairs, 19 July 2014

On April 30, 2014, an attack at a train station in the capital of China’s Xinjiang region killed three people and injured 79 others. Haiyun Ma, a former task force leader on minority welfare in China, argues that the only way to prevent more violence is to revise the current repressive policies on the Uyghur minority.

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Government rushes through Kashgar university plan

University World News, 19 July 2014

Beijing has rushed through plans for a new university in Kashgar, in Xinjiang – the Silk Road region dominated by the country’s Uyghur Turkic minority – as part of a raft of measures to stem rising discontent and unemployment which is fuelling violence in the region.

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