The Only Option
The Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, a vast frontier territory in northwest China, has found no peace in the past several months. Growing evidence suggests the involvement of religious extremist forces inside and outside the country
The Fight Against Terror

Local police in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region captured the last of the rioters responsible for a series of terrorist attacks in Lukqun Township in Shanshan County, Turpan Prefecture, on June 26

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A Crashed Attack
An airline hijacking is foiled in Xinjiang
Location, Location, Location
Kashgar is China's portal to Eurasian trade
Happiness on Horseback
Kazaks find a better life as tourism booms in Kanas
Safe and Sound
China is working to enhance the earthquake resistance of rural homes
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- International Community Backs China in Anti-Terrorism
- Melon Farmers Suffer after Terrorist Attack
- Fugitive of Xinjiang Attack Captured
- Official Urges 24-Hour Patrol in Xinjiang
- Rioters Kill 24 in Xinjiang
Xinjiang Basics

Area: 1.66 million square km

Population: 21.81 million

Ethnic Groups: 47 ethnic groups, including Uygur, Han, Kazak, Kirgiz and Hui

Religions: Islam, Buddhism, Christianity and Shamanism

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