Police kill one Uyghur suspect and detain three others in the latest violence in the restive region.
The officer had recently been tasked to run an anti-terror campaign in the region.
College administrators distribute bottles of water and offer free lunches to students during Ramadan, and those who refuse are blacklisted.
Uyghurs are also being denied access to accommodation in Beijing, local rights activists say.
Authorities say he led a group that planned police station attacks.
He had spoken out in support of a longtime advocate for Uyghur rights.
Gas stations are banned from selling petrol in canisters, by police order.
She is concerned over his drastic weight loss.
His lawyers say he was shackled and deprived of food and adequate water.
Muslims attending mosques will be closely watched by neighborhood security teams.
A Uyghur suspect attacks them after he is allegedly tortured in police custody.
Authorities say she tried to incite the public by speaking out.
Ilham Tohti's lawyers are once more denied permission to meet with him.
The incident follows a government campaign screening Uyghurs wearing headscarves and sporting beards.
He had opened a Uyghur-language kindergarten and wanted to open a second school.
His lawyer says he cannot confirm with the authorities on reports about the trial and sentencing.
Four are shot dead after a confrontation with village officials over a woman’s veil, according to police.
They come under suspicion after an escalation of violence in China's Xinjiang region.
A police officer is among the dead in two violent incidents in Aksu prefecture.
Police fired on the pair based on ‘shoot to kill’ orders.
Chinese authorities try to keep a lid on the blast which occurred a day after deadly attack in Urumqi.
Rebiya Kadeer says the world should ‘stand up for the oppressed’ in the wake of the Urumqi attack.
Uyghur villagers had called for an end to officials' harassment of women wearing headscarves.
Muslim Uyghurs are specifically targeted, and some migrant Han Chinese are told to return home, reports say.
More than 90 are wounded in a morning market raid in the latest violence to hit the region.
Residents fear several protesters have been gunned down.
One of them is gunned down even though he emerged unarmed, according to witnesses.
Ilham Tohti's family is struggling to cope with his absence, she says.
The group warns Beijing of more such attacks.
Two of them had their throats slit and the third was stabbed 31 times, according to police and local officials.