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China
    2014-08-06  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    Hukou reforms

    China will ensure the “orderly” migration of some 100 million rural workers into cities by 2020, the government said on July 30.

    Chinese leaders have pledged to loosen their grip on residence registration by removing obstacles to the urbanization drive. Such registrations prevent migrant workers and their families from getting access to education and social welfare outside of their home villages.

    

    Xinjiang terror attack

    Dozens of civilians* were killed or injured in a terrorist attack on July 28 in Shache County, Kashgar Prefecture, Northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, local police said.

    A gang armed with knives attacked a police station and government offices in Elixku Township, and some moved on to the nearby Huangdi Township, attacking civilians and smashing* vehicles as they passed. Dozens of Uygur and Han civilians were killed or injured, according to local police. Police officers at the scene shot dead dozens of members of the mob.

    

    Zhou Yongkang probed

    The Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC) has decided to place Zhou Yongkang, China’s former security chief, under investigation for suspected “serious disciplinary violations.”

    The investigation will be conducted by the Party’s watchdog*, the CPC Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, Xinhua News Agency reported on July 29.

    

    Uygur scholar to stand trial

    A scholar was indicted* on separatism charges on July 30 in Urumqi, capital of the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region.

    The case of Ilham Tohti, a former economics teacher at Beijing’s Minzu University, has been turned over to a Urumqi city court.

    In January, police in Urumqi said there was conclusive evidence linking Tohti to secessionist* activities. Tohti used “UighurOnline,” a website he set up, to spread rumors and separatist thought as well as misrepresent* events to instigate* ethnic hatred and call for “Xinjiang independence.”(SD-Agencies)

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