August 25, 2014

China's Silent War on Terror

Emily Rauhala, Time

The Associated Press

A virtual media blackout makes it hard to know what's happening as Beijing tackles unrest among its Uighur Muslim minorities.

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TAGGED: China, Uighurs, Xinjiang Province, Terrorism

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