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Dozens killed in a major terrorist attack in Xinjiang

A gang armed with knives attacked a police station and government offices in Elixku Township.

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8 indicted in Tiananmen attack case in China

Five people, including the three who were stated to be suicide attackers, were killed and 40 others injured.

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Several killed in multiple blasts in China’s Xinjiang

The Xinjiang saw ethnic riots that killed nearly 200 people in 2009, but had been quiet since then amid police presence.

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11 killed in militants’ attack on police station in China

China blames ETIM which is fighting for independence of Xinjaing for the violence.

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Pakistan’s relations with India,Afghanistan key to Pak-China corridor: Chinese think-tank

Large portion of proposed 2000-km economic corridor falls within the volatile PoK.

Chinese Uygurs receive training in Pakistan to fight in Syria

Uygur Muslims from China to be trained in Pakistan-based militant camps.

‘Xinjiang militants headed to Syria to take part in civil war’

Some hardcore Islamic militants from China’s troubled Xinjiang province,bordering Pakistan Occupied Kashmir,are heading to Syria and linking up with organisations like al-Qaeda

Woman passenger with lighter hidden in bra held at China airport

Chinese police arrested a woman carrying a lighter in her bra while boarding a flight in the troubled Xinjiang province,where a hijacking bid using crutches was foiled less than two months ago

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China rushes thousands of troops to restive Xinjiang

Restive province witnessed periodic attacks,large scale violence over last two years.

Pak-China discuss rail line to connect PoK with Xinjiang

Pakistan and China have started discussion on building a cross-border railway linking northern areas of Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir.

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Uighur militants have been getting training,support in Pak: US reports

China has for the first time pointed fingers at Pak-trained ‘militants’ for attacks on its soil.

In a first,China blames militants trained in Pak for Xinjiang unrest

The statement came amid reports of a secret visit of ISI Chief Pasha to China.