At least 46 are believed killed in the clashes, higher than the death toll of 27 cited by state media.
Officials say they had fled a house search and were making bombs.
Troops flood into a remote rural township after an attack on a local police station ends in gunfire.
Talks over shared use of two key rivers proceed slowly.
The sentences are linked to charges of downloading "extremist" material from the Internet.
The authorities appear to be widening restrictions on face-covering across the troubled region.
They say farms are seized for projects set up by migrant Han Chinese developers.
WUC officials suspect China is behind the Hungarian actions.
Authorities punish veiled women's relatives by not authorizing marriage certificate or pilgrimage applications.
But the hydropower projects will benefit the larger region, project sponsors say.
The violence in Kargilik, Xinjiang leaves three Uyghurs and two Han Chinese dead, according to a local resident.
The alleged killer, who also died, was a suspected fugitive from clashes in Maralbeshi, according to local religious leaders.
Reports say the school has now reversed a ban on traditional head coverings for its Uyghur girls.
Last month's violence prompts a security sweep of higher education institutions, an exile group says.
The protest came amid a crackdown on street vendors who ply their trade near a major mosque.
Chinese authorities are accused of providing incomplete information.
The registers include categories for 'women who wear veils' and 'persons who study the Quran.'
The region's service providers will cut off service to unregistered SIM cards this week.
The incident is linked to recent violence in Xinjiang.
Violence between local Uyghurs and community police leaves two people dead.
A rights group says a recent deadly clash highlights abuses against the minority.
Exile Uyghurs say police fired on angry protesters while Beijing claims police and community officials were killed by 'rioters.'
But Uyghurs say a young boy was hacked to death because of ethnic hatred.
He is suffering from a head injury and fears being forced into psychiatric care.
Residents say Chinese emergency responders let their homes burn.
Chinese authorities destroy their village’s crops and claim the site for a marketplace.
The death ignites ethnic tensions between Uyghurs and Han Chinese in his village.
Beijing is accused of exploiting weak terror laws to suppress information in Xinjiang.
The three students get up to six years in jail on charges they murdered a Han Chinese schoolmate.
Several Uyghurs are rounded up after incidents in southern and central Xinjiang region.