Aljazeera Fri, 31 Jul 2009 01:21 AM PDT
China has slated the middle of August for the trial of suspects its says were involved in the ethnic violence earlier this month in the western region of Xinjiang, state media has reported.
|Flooding costs China 46.5 bln yuan since April
People’s Daily Fri, 31 Jul 2009 01:19 AM PDT
Since the beginning of 2009, a total of 29 provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities as well as the Production and Construction Corps of Xinjiang have suffered flood disasters at different levels. This is according to statistics up until July 30 from the Office of State Flood Control and Drought Relief Headquarters. The results show that 5,335,000 hectares of farmland and 67.36 million …
|China National Nuclear To Set Up Xinjiang Uranium Exploration Base
Nasdaq Fri, 31 Jul 2009 00:09 AM PDT
SHANGHAI -(Dow Jones)- China National Nuclear Corp., the country’s leading nuclear power developer in terms of capacity, will build a uranium exploration base in the northwestern Xinjiang Autonomous Region, the company said on its Web site.
|Trials of Xinjiang suspects due in August
Channel NewsAsia Thu, 30 Jul 2009 22:03 PM PDT
BEIJING: Trials of suspects involved in deadly unrest that shook the capital of China’s Xinjiang region are slated to begin in mid-August, state press said on Friday.
|15 Xinjiang Riots Most Wanted list released
Shanghaiist Thu, 30 Jul 2009 20:45 PM PDT
China has released a most wanted list – 15 people it says had roles in the Xinjiang riots, which killed over 190 people and wounded over 1,700. 14 of the names released appeared to be Uyghur, according to the AP , while one was Han Chinese. The notice urged the suspects turned themselves in within the next 10 days if they wanted leniency. Those who the government had to hunt down would be “dealt …
|Xinjiang trials to begin in weeks – report
Perth Now Thu, 30 Jul 2009 19:38 PM PDT
TRIALS of suspects involved in deadly unrest that shook the capital of China’s Xinjiang region are slated to begin in mid-August, state press said.
|China Disappeared Uighurs: Exiled Leader
Turks.US Thu, 30 Jul 2009 06:14 AM PDT
Thousands of Uighurs have disappeared in one night following the recent deadly unrest in Muslim-majority Xinjiang region, an exiled leader of the Muslim minority said on Wednesday, July 29, blasting American silence for the “massacred” against her people.
|VoIP Services Blocked by Government
Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance Thu, 30 Jul 2009 05:30 AM PDT
JINAN, China—-Jinan Yinquan Technology, the wholly-owned subsidiary of China VoIP & Digital Telecom Inc. , today announced that as a result of the political riot on July 5 in Urumqi, the capital of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous region, the country issued an order to block the VoIP services temporarily.
|Today from VOA:
Voice of America Thu, 30 Jul 2009 05:15 AM PDT
Chinese authorities have released the photos and names of 15 suspects allegedly involved in this month’s unrest in Xinjiang. Meanwhile, China is disputing exiled Uighur leader Rebiya Kadeer’s claim that 10,000 people are missing.