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2014-02-20 Taiwan Political Victims Care Association and Prof. Chang Yan-hsien Visit Holy Mountain

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Last Updated ( Friday, 21 February 2014 08:08 )  

Newsflash

China said yesterday it had put to death nine people over deadly ethnic unrest in Xinjiang, the first executions since the violence erupted in July.

Authorities convicted 21 defendants last month — nine were sentenced to death, three were given the death penalty with a two-year reprieve, a sentence usually commuted to life in jail, and the rest were handed various prison terms.