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In Xinjiang province, an uneasy coexistence

September 28, 2004

David J. Lynch

"...Amid a crackdown on alleged terrorist groups that accelerated after the Sept. 11 attacks, Beijing appears firmly in command of its sometimes restive Muslim northwest. "Chinese authorities have the situation pretty much in hand. The degree of control in Xinjiang is at its highest point ever," says Nicolas Becquelin, a Hong Kong-based analyst with Human Rights in China..."


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