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B. 2009-07-08 Riot city 'under control' Urumqi, Western China
2009-07-07 Restive city under curfew Urumqi, Western China
D. 2008-06-16 Police out as torch hits Xinjiang Xinjiang, Western China
E. 2008-03-20 China locks down restive regions Lhasa, China
5. 2008-03-20 Police 'shot at Tibet protesters' Tibet
6. 2008-03-16 Troops 'did not shoot Tibetans' Lhasa, Tibet

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Riot city 'under control' Map of Urumqi China  The situation in the city of Urumqi is now under control after the deployment of thousands of troops   Restive city under curfew Map of Urumqi China

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  A curfew has been imposed on the city in western China for a second night after ethnic riots on Sunday which left 156 people dead

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  Security was tight as the Olympic torch began passing through mainly Muslim Xinjiang region, on a highly sensitive part of its trip to Beijing

  Chinese authorities are continuing to tighten security following days of protests by Tibetans in Lhasa, and in surrounding provinces
Police 'shot at Tibet protesters'
  Xinhua news agency: Chinese police opened fire and wounded four protesters 'in self-defence' last Sunday in an area of Sichuan province
Mar.16 Troops 'did not shoot Tibetans'
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  A senior Chinese official has denied that troops used lethal force to quell protests in Lhasa

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