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Jul 31, 2009

Australian police will increase security at the Melbourne film festival for next week’s visit by ethnic Uighur leader Rebiya Kadeer, as the government rejected China’s accusations she colludes with terrorists.

Jul 31, 2009

China will begin trials in the next few weeks for suspects it accuses of playing a role in the deadly riots that shook the capital of Xinjiang region in early July, state media reported on Friday.

Jul 31, 2009

The Rafto Foundation strongly condemns the violent suppression of recent demonstrations in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, China, and expresses its strong concern for the fate of those who have fallen victim to the ensuing mass arrests.

Jul 31, 2009

When the city of Detroit erupted in some of the worst rioting in American history over a five-day period in July 1967, the Johnson administration responded by naming a high-level commission to investigate the incident and more generally to weigh in on the troubled issue of race relations in the United States.

Jul 31, 2009

UIGHUR leader Rebiya Kadeer has replaced the Dalai Lama as China's enemy No 1. THE new No1 hate figure targeted by the ruling Chinese Communist Party arrives in Australia in a few days: Rebiya Kadeer.

Jul 30, 2009

Australia's trade relationship with China will survive Beijing's protests over exiled Uighur activist Rebiya Kadeer's visit next week, the foreign minister said Thursday.

Jul 30, 2009

AUSTRALIA has issued international Uighur leader Rebiya Kadeer with a short-stay business visa in the face of strong pressure from the Chinese government.

Jul 30, 2009

Police in China's Urumqi city have issued a list with photos of 15 suspects wanted in connection with ethnic unrest this month that the government says left 197 dead, state media said Thursday.

Jul 30, 2009

The authorities in China appear to have mounted a sweeping crackdown on human rights lawyers, revoking the licences of more than 50 lawyers in the past week.

Jul 30, 2009

Among the dozens of written questions members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee asked Gov. Jon Huntsman Jr. was whether he'd continue the support he'd shown as governor for human rights in China as ambassador to that country.

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