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  • China shares true picture of Xinjiang with Malaysia
    The China's embassy in Malaysia and the Xinjiang regional government on Friday jointly held an online event via video link to help the local people in Malaysia understand Xinjiang more comprehensively, deeply and truly.
  • Xinjiang officials, cotton farmers dismiss forced labor allegations
    In a recent paper, German author Adrian Zenz accused Chinese authorities of forcing hundreds of thousands of Uygurs to pick cotton. But local farmers dismissed the allegations on Thursday, saying the claims have caused them to suffer economic losses.
  • Xinjiang official criticizes EU move
    A senior official of the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region urged the European Union on Thursday to abandon its prejudice, recognize the truth and refrain from going further down the wrong path.
  • Top political advisor stresses enduring stability in Xinjiang
    Chinese top political advisor Wang Yang has called for fully implementing the Party's policies on governing Xinjiang for the new era and consolidate the foundation for enduring peace and stability in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region.
  • Xinjiang residents to sue BBC over fake news on region
    A number of individuals in Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region plan to sue BBC for producing fake news, spreading rumors about Xinjiang and slandering China's policy in its Xinjiang region, a senior official from the region announced on Thursday.
  • 'Lone Ranger' paves roads for oil explorers in Xinjiang
    Braving rolling sand dunes in the Taklimakan, China's largest desert, Hu Jun carefully operates a roaring bulldozer to blaze a trail that his co-workers and supplies can use to reach oil exploration sites.

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