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Nov 1, 2005

The same muttered phrase greets any curious visitor who strays into the mosques and bazaars dotting towns in Xinjiang province in China's remote northwest.

Oct 12, 2005

China's Xinjiang Oil Commerce Chamber has signed an agreement recently with Kazakhstan Oil Commerce Chamber to form closer ties in energy cooperation, aiming to help its member companies find a feasible way out to do business with overseas oil companies.

Oct 12, 2005

The Congressional-Executive Commission on China has released its 2005 Annual Report.

Oct 11, 2005

The Xinjiang-Lanzhou oil pipeline has in the main been completed, according to an announcement by the China Petroleum and Natural Gas Pipeline Bureau that undertook the project.

Oct 7, 2005

Rebiya Kadeer, a prisoner of conscience in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, also known as East Turkistan, in China, also has a chance of bringing the prize home for women. She is a prominent symbol of the Uyghurs' struggle for basic human rights.

Oct 6, 2005

APPEAL FOR THE RELEASE OF UNJUSTLY JAILED UYGHUR PRISONERS AND ABOLITION OF DRAFT ANTI-TERRORISM LAW

Oct 6, 2005

As part of an unofficial alternative program to the Amsterdam China Festival that began on 1 October in Amsterdam, Amnesty International and other organizations hosted a panel discussion on October 5 on "China: The Next Generation - Forgotten minorities" with Rebiya

Oct 2, 2005

They came 50 years ago to settle Xinjiang, a mostly Muslim hinterland. Now, the homes they built are being torn down to make way for development

Oct 2, 2005

Anti-Chinese feeling ‘rising’ in Xinjiang

Sep 30, 2005

China's treatment of Uighurs living in its western region of Xinjiang risks turning the area into a "time bomb", an exiled Uighur group has said.

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