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A city official in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, says the local government has not decided whether to allow the screening of a movie about exiled activist Rebiya Kadeer. Kaohsiung Department of Information Director Hsu Li-ming said it remained unclear whether local officials will allow The 10 Conditions of Love to be shown at a local film festival running from Oct.
A festival screening in Australia of a documentary about exiled Uighur leader Rebiya Kadeer reportedly was the target of a protest by pro-Uighur demonstrators. The Australian Broadcasting Corp.
The director of the Melbourne International Film Festival said Sunday the Australian festival's Web site was repeatedly attacked by computer hackers. Festival director Richard Moore told CNN that Saturday's computer attacks were in response to the documentary The 10 Conditions of Love that is set to air during the annual festival. Conditions follows the fallout from World Uyghur Congress President Rebiya Kadeer's attempts to gain greater autonomy for the Uyghur minority group in China's...
Witnesses contradicted official accounts of an alleged terrorism incident in China blamed on Uighur separatists, The New York Times reported Monday. The newspaper said tourists who said they witnessed the Aug.
Text of report in English by official Chinese news agency Xinhua (New China News Agency) [Xinhua: "Girl Suspect Hospitalized After Injuring Self in Xinjiang bombings"] KUQA, Xinjiang, Aug.
By Edward Wong A terrorist group seeking an independent Muslim state in western China has released a video threatening an attack on the Olympic Games here, according to an American organization that tracks terrorist Internet posts.
In the lead-up to the Summer Olympics, the Chinese government has launched a security clampdown in Beijing unprecedented in the country [BusinessWeek.com, 07/28/08]. But in other parts of China, the security presence is not as intense, and on Aug. 4, terrorists took advantage.
KASHGAR, China _ As tens of thousands of foreign journalists arrive to test China's pledges to respect media freedom during the Olympic Games, the nation offered apologies Tuesday for the beatings that police gave two Japanese journalists who were covering a deadly assault by Muslim separatists.