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-Harmony Makers Sent to Urumqi Communities
-Urumqi Party Chief, Xinjiang Police Chief Sacked
-Urumqi Quiets Down After Protest Against Syringe Attacks
-President Hu: Work for Ethnic Unity
-CPC Commemorates Xinjiang's Great Patriot Burhan
-Foreign Envoys in China Visit Xinjiang
-Police Detain 718 Suspects in Connection With Urumqi Riot
-Xinjiang Party Chief Urges Efforts to Maintain Stability
-Family Asks Rebiya Not to Organize Violence
-Urumqi Police Detain Another 319 People in Riot Probe
-Trials for Riot Suspects Set for August
-Urumqi Police Detain 253 More Riot Suspects
-WUC Member Spreads Fake Video to Instigate Riot
-New Preferential Policies to Rejuvenate Tourism in Xinjiang
-Grand Bazaar Revives in Urumqi
-China Dissatisfied With Japan for Granting Visa to Rebiya Kadeer
-SMS Coming Back in Xinjiang
-Urumqi's International Grand Bazaar Reopens
-China Urges U.S. to Prevent Separatist Activities
-Real Purpose of Urumqi Riot Is "Xinjiang's Independence"
-Xinjiang Doubles Compensation for Bereaved Families
-Migrant Workers Take Job Offers on Free Will
-Xinjiang to Speed up Legislation against Separatism
-Xinjiang Confident to Erase Riot Impact
-SOEs in Xinjiang Aid Families of Riot Victims
-Int'l Community Continues to Condemn Xinjiang Riots
-Members of European Parliament Speak out for China on Xinjiang Violence
-Fresh Grief in Urumqi as People Rebuild
-Countries Urged to Stop Funding 'East Turkistan'
-Chinese, Turkish FMs Hold Phone Talks on Ties, Urumqi Riots
-WSJ's Biased Xinjiang Riot Story Refuted
-Emotional Pain Lingers as Families Claim Bodies
-Number of Injured in Urumqi Riot Increases to 1,680
-Main Retailers Resume Business in Xinjiang
-Attacks on China's Foreign Missions Well-orchestrated
-Xinjiang Muslims Gear up for Friday Prayer
-Zhou Yongkang Stresses Stability, Vows Lawful Punishment of Outlaws
-President Hu Holds Key Meeting on Xinjiang Riot
-Hardline Crackdown on Thugs Urged
-DNA Technology Adopted in Identifying the Dead
-Urumqi Sets US$14.6 Mln as Comfort Fund for Riot Victims
-Russia: Handling of Xinjiang Violence China's Internal Affair
-Afghanistan Supports China's Territorial Integrity
-Traffic Curfew Lifted, Tension Remains in Riot-torn Urumqi
-President Hu Leaves Italy for Home
-Journalists from Overseas Media Come to Urumqi after Riot
-Overseas Chinese Condemn Violence in Xinjiang
-Xinjiang Party Chief Calls for Avoiding Ethnic Confrontation
-Police Arrests 1,434 Suspects in Connection With Riot
-Chinese Embassy in Netherlands Attacked
-Fresh Chaos Erupt in Urumqi
-Internet Cut in Xinjiang to Prevent Riot from Spreading
-Mastermind Behind the Violence: Rebiya Kadeer
-Death Toll in Xinjiang Riot Rises to 156
-Xinjiang Party Chief Slashes Riot
-140 Killed in Xinjiang Riot
-Civilians, Police Officer Killed in Xinjiang Unrest
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