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  • People with common sense should firmly fight fake news about Xinjiang: spokesperson
    A Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson on Wednesday called on individuals with common sense to resist fake news about China's Xinjiang policy.
  • No time to press pause on poverty in Xinjiang
    To work or not to work? That was a question for Memettursun Nurdun. After stepping down as village chief, he idled in his remote village in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region for years, until he took the carpenter job two months ago.
  • Xinjiang focuses on building new roads
    The Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region expects to invest more than 54.2 billion yuan ($7.85 billion) in its transportation infrastructure, with plans to complete work on14 highways this year.
  • Classrooms reopen in Xinjiang with wishes, wariness as epidemic wanes
    Eighteen-year-old Cao Jianing got up especially early on Monday morning, a day she has been looking forward to for weeks.
  • Report on Xinjiang 'forced labor' criticized as fabricated
    A spokesman in the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region said a recent report claiming thousands of Uygurs are used as "forced labor" outside the region was fabricated.
  • China's Xinjiang allocates 2.4 billion yuan for epidemic control
    Northwestern China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region has allocated a total of 2.4 billion yuan (about 338 million U.S. dollars) for efforts to contain the spread of the coronavirus, according to local authorities.
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