A 19-year-old Uyghur becomes the second woman sentenced to die following ethnic violence last year.
Judges from inner China are being sent to the country's northwest to assist in the trials of Uyghurs.
Authorities were angered by published writings and statements to foreign journalists.
They face nearly a week of intense questioning by Chinese security officials.
News of the deportation to China comes after Cambodia's much-criticized expulsion of 20 Uyghur asylum seekers.
Chinese authorities launch a fresh drive against 'separatism' in the northwestern region.
A Uyghur woman plans to sue a Han storeowner for ethnic prejudice according to Chinese law.
Separate Uyghur attacks this month on Han settlers in northwest China have left several dead.
Police in northwest China step up surveillance on Muslims ahead of an important holy day.
Authorities plan to fire hundreds of Uyghur teachers in northwest China.
Uyghurs demand the reversal of a Xinjiang farming policy in China’s capital.
Gheyret Niyaz's family has heard nothing about his case since a court sentenced him in July.
Uyghurs voice their objections to a language policy as they back Tibetan protests in western China.
Officials offer to discuss ethnic minority farmers’ demands.
Officials in northwestern China demolish housing to make way for new construction.
Uyghurs say government restrictions on traditional attire target the ethnic minority’s culture.
Even the English spelling of this ethnic group's name causes controversy.
Officials in Xinjiang arrest two suspects in a bomb attack that killed seven.
A Uyghur man runs afoul of Chinese authorities on his 11th trip to protest in Beijing.
Local resentment may have provoked a targeted attack in Xinjiang.
Chinese authorities hold an elderly Uyghur farmer in Beijing.
Three more ethnic minority Uyghurs get jail terms in China.
A Chinese propaganda event in a religious space offends Uyghurs.
In the name of modernization, Chinese officials in a northern Xinjiang city raze Uyghur housing.
Three webmasters from northwestern China are jailed for “endangering state security.”
China imprisons a Uyghur journalist for "endangering state security."
A raid on a restaurant sparks clashes between Uyghurs and local riot police.
A Uyghur woman says her own embassy won't help her get home to China.
Ethnic Uyghurs cite strict conditions when detainees die in custody.
Demolitions and tighter security spark fears of a new backlash in Xinjiang.