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MAR 03, 2015 - Yahoo! News

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Uighur migrants held in Thailand for 11 months take case to court

A Thai court will decide this month whether to release 17 Uighurs from the western Chinese region of Xinjiang, including 13 children, who have been detained for the past 11 months in Bangkok, a lawyer for the group said on Tuesday. Hundreds of people have been killed in unrest in Xinjiang in the past two years, prompting a crackdown by ...

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MAR 03, 2015 - Eurasia Review

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Understanding Terrorism In China – Analysis

By Loro Horta* The year 2014 saw a dramatic increase in terror attacks in China with nearly 300 people killed. Most of the attacks took place in the restive Xinjiang province where Islamist Uighur’s groups have been demanding an independent state. While terrorism is not new to Xinjiang the intensity is clearly growing due primarily, […] The post Understanding Terrorism ...

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FEB 26, 2015 - New York Times

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Sinosphere Blog: Deadly Attacks in Xinjiang Go Unreported in China

China’s news outlets, controlled by the Communist Party, have not acknowledged recent bloodshed in the restive region, including a knife and gun battle in which 17 people died, according to Radio Free Asia.

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FEB 25, 2015 - Reuters

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Chinese bus accident kills 22, injures 38

HONG KONG (Reuters) - Twenty two people were killed and 38 injured in a bus accident in China's Xinjiang region, the official Xinhua news agency said on Wednesday.

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FEB 21, 2015 - San Francisco Chronicle

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Afghanistan dialogue with Taliban could begin in March

KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — After more than a decade of warfare, negotiations between the Afghan government and the Taliban are set to begin, officials, diplomats and experts said as President Ashraf Ghani declared that peace is closer now than at any time since the war began following the September 11, 2001 attacks on the United States. On Saturday, Ghani said ...

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