Authorities in Xinjiang offer cash rewards for mixed marriages.
The executions are linked to a jeep attack on Tiananmen Square and other incidents.
Authorities claim the men were resisting arrest.
Ilham Tohti's wife says it is still unclear whether his trial will be held in secret or not.
He is hacked to death by two suspects who have been on a murder spree, local officials say.
The man is accused of 'spreading rumors' about the violence, which Uyghur exiles say has been covered up.
The two bloody incidents occurred last month but have not been reported by the Chinese media.
An overseas group calls the policy ‘racist’ against Uyghurs.
World Uyghur Congress leader Rebiya Kadeer cites ‘evidence from the ground’ for the much higher death toll.
Her law firm won't issue the documents she needs after coming under political pressure.
Jume Tahir, who is also vice-president of the China Islamic Association, was stabbed to death outside the ancient mosque.
The indictment comes amid unending violence in China's restive western Xinjiang region.
Officials say they were targeted after he led a raid on a mosque prayer session.
At least two sources say the death toll may have exceeded 50 but the information cannot be officially verified.
A State Department report hits out at religious controls in China.
The Uyghurs are ordered imprisoned between six months and seven years after a hushed-up trial.
Residents say discriminatory policies provoked the incident.