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140 killed in Xinjiang riot instigated by US-funded hatred group - CCTV 06 Jul 09

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World Uyghur Congress" (WUC) just had the "Third General Assembly" meeting in May 21 to 25 in Washington DC. Rebiya Kadeer is the President of both WUC and UAA (Uyghur American Association), both are Washington-based American CIA destabilization organizations. UAA is directly funded by US government throught the CIA front organization "National Endowment for Democracy". The operation meetings of WUC and UAA are regularily held inside the US government buildings in Washington DC with US government officials attended.

WUC / UAA is located just one block from the White House in Washington, DC.

The opening ceremony of the WUC "Third General Assembly" was held at the "Congressional Meeting Room South", inside the US government Capital Building on May 26. See the link below:
http://www.uyghurcongress.org/En/Pres...

Rebiya Kadeer, a criminal of financial fraud, was the nominee for 2005-2006-2007-2008 Nobile Peace Prize, according to the WUC website.

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140 people have been killed and more than eight-hundred injured during violence in Urumqi, the capital of northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. That's according to Xinjiang Public Security Department, which says the death toll is likely to climb.
Local government authorities say a separatist group masterminded Sunday's violence, aiming to sabotage the country.

Rioters took to the street of Urumqi on Sunday evening.

They began by gathering, marching and demonstrating which then culminated in violent acts.

An initial investigation shows the violence was masterminded by the separatist group -- World Uyghur Congress.

The group is led by Rebiya Kadeer -- a former Chinese businesswoman.

The group has recently been instigating unrest via the Internet and by other means calling on the rioters "to be braver" and "to do something big."

The Xinjiang regional government says terrorism, separatism and extremism... are behind the violence.

The Xinjiang regional government also says instigators began spreading information on the Internet on Saturday evening, calling for a demonstration in Urumqi.

And they say, on Sunday Rebiya called on her accomplices in the country to further incite unrest.

Regional government authorities say the situation is now under control.

Regional government authorities say police have arrested several hundred participants, including more than ten key figures who fanned the unrest. Police say they are still searching for about 90 other key figures behind the unrest.

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