China's national media haven't reported on new trials and death sentences related to deadly riots in Xinjiang.
A legal visitor in Cambodia was apparently swept up in a mass deportation to China.
Cambodia's deportation to China of Uyghur asylum-seekers will harm U.S. ties, Washington says.
Several editors of prominent Uyghur Web sites and their colleagues are being held by the Chinese authorities, according to a relative of one detainee.
Two ethnic Uyghurs are unaccounted for after fleeing China through Vietnam.
Ethnic Uyghurs flee China through Vietnam to seek asylum in Cambodia.
An exiled Uyghur returns home and finds himself in Chinese custody.
Legislation drafted in the wake of deadly ethnic violence in China's northwest is said to miss the mark.
Members of a Chinese ethnic minority newly freed from U.S. custody say they can't communicate with friends and family.
Another group of Uyghur detainees is freed from U.S. custody at Guantanamo Bay.
A man at the center of a story related to China’s tough one-child policy is in custody.
Phone, text, and email links to China's restive northwesternmost region remain largely blocked.
A Chinese student runs into trouble when he refuses to renounce Christianity.
Conflicting reports emerge about violence in China's southwestern province of Sichuan.
Chinese authorities tighten restrictions on migrant workers in Xinjiang.
Authorities pass a law that bans the discussion of separatism in a northwestern China divided by ethnic tensions.
Police in China are seeking a third Uyghur man for allegedly leaking information about a death in custody.
The father of an ethnic Uyghur man in northwest China says police turned out in force.
In China’s tense Xinjiang region, could a suspicious death spark more ethnic violence?
Two leading bloggers in China report elements of the ethnic strife in Urumqi that haven’t appeared in state-run media.
Chinese authorities order a major security presence in Xinjiang after deadly protests and a series of needle attacks.
Chinese authorities pledge a hard line in Xinjiang after more deadly strife, but the top Party official there is keeping his job.
Official media aren't trusted in northwest China, so where do people turn for news?
Chinese leaders dismiss Xinjiang officials in a bid to address public anger in Urumqi.
Experts fear worse yet to come in China's northwest.
Han Chinese protest in China's northwest after a series of stabbings with syringes.
Chinese authorities release and warn a prominent Uyghur economist they accuse of inciting deadly riots in Urumqi.
The family of an exiled Uyghur leader is evicted by authorities in China who plan to demolish their building.
With trials planned in connection with deadly riots in Urumqi, exiled Uyghur leader Rebiya Kadeer calls for leniency.
The woman Chinese authorities blame for inciting deadly violence last month rejects letters condemning her allegedly written by her relatives.