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Nov 14, 2005

Bai Xinguo makes a good living tending his tiny orchard, in the far western Chinese province of Xinjiang.

Nov 10, 2005

The United States on Thursday withdrew a statement that China had warned its luxury hotels that Islamic extremists may be planning attacks, saying the source of the threat was not credible.

Nov 10, 2005

Chinese authorities have jailed the chief editor of the Uyghur-language Kashgar Literature Journal for publishing a fable they regard as a veiled indictment of China's heavy-handed rule in its Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region.

Nov 8, 2005

The U.S. Department of State released the seventh annual International Religious Freedom Report, which examines the status of religious freedom around the world.

Nov 4, 2005

A 9.8-million-US-dollar project co-sponsored by the British Department for International Development (BDID) and the Norwegian government has been launched in Xinjiang to help the northwestern Uygur autonomous region prevent HIV/AIDS

Nov 3, 2005

An outsize salt mine with a proved reserve of 14.5 billion tons has been discovered in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, local government sources said on Thursday.

Nov 2, 2005

Chinese archaeologists have claimed to have discovered the world's smallest ancient temple with Mahayana scriptures in the southern rim of the Taklimakan Desert in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region.

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.

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