The Chinese chant declares, "Our dream is to die fighting on this battlefield."
Duets A crowd lines up outside Beijing Railway Station on Sunday. Spring Festival is a crater in the middle of China’s calendar
Should the international community ignore the conditions in East Turkestan, this would not only affect stability in Asia, but open the door to the possibility that others will follow China's non-democratic approach.
Nearly 100 days after Barack Obama entered office, his top White House lawyer, Greg Craig, braced the President's senior
After eight years of detention, at least one Guantanamo Bay detainee declined an offer to resettle to the Pacific Island
The official Xinhua News Agency reported that 192 people died, 1,721 were wounded and 881 people were still in hospitals
When the local government began recruiting young Muslim Uighurs in this far western region for jobs at the Xuri Toy Factory
SHAOGUAN, China -- Three weeks after simmering racial tension escalated to mayhem and a double murder at a toy factory here
MUSLIMS in many nations have condemned China's crackdown in its Xinjiang region where at least 156 people have been killed
The translators kept bursting into tears. That was a problem for Rebiya Kadeer, the tiny and fiery matriarch of the Uighur
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News of Sunday's riots in Urumqi, the capital of China's far west Xinjiang region spread quickly on the Internet, where users
Some Uighurs, nostalgic for Xinjiang's intermittent periods of independence, call for the recreation of a Uighur state. "The
In response to an outbreak of violence, the instigation of which remains unclear, the Chinese government has cracked down, and cracked down hard, on the Uighur minority in China's northwest province, Xinjiang.
He added, "If we are to restore the rule of law, the Uighurs must be released in the United States. Keeping innocent people
When protesters disrupted the Olympic-flame procession in London, the whole world watched -- except for the Chinese, who witnessed an absolutely serene, protest-free journey of the torch.