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    Ethnic Uigurs stand during a gathering in Kazakhstan's largest city, Almaty, on Sunday, July 19, 2009, in protest against recent violence in the neighboring Chinese province of Xinjiang. Speaking in Uighur, youth activist Abdrashid Turdiyev concluded his speech with the slogan 'Freedom for Uighurstan,' prompting the more than 3,000 people inside the hall to rise to their feet, with some shouting and punching their fists into the air.
    (AP Photo/ Vladimir Tretyakov)

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    Baratzhan, an Uighur resident of Almaty who was born in China in 1941, shows a book titled "Uighurstan" in his house in Almaty July 15, 2009. As clashes between Uighurs and Han Chinese erupted in July in the Xinjiang capital Urumqi - just a days' drive from Almaty - many of Kazakhstan's 300,000 Uighurs found themselves torn between anger and despair for their kinfolk across the border. Picture taken July 15, 2009. To match feature CENTRALASIA-UIGHURS/ REUTERS/Pavel Mikheev
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    Magniyaz Abdrimov (C), an Uighur resident of Almaty who was born in China in 1927, and his relatives look through photographs at his house in Almaty July 15, 2009. As clashes between Uighurs and Han Chinese erupted in July in the Xinjiang capital Urumqi - just a days' drive from Almaty - many of Kazakhstan's 300,000 Uighurs found themselves torn between anger and despair for their kinfolk across the border. Picture taken July 15, 2009. To match feature CENTRALASIA-UIGHURS/ REUTERS/Pavel Mikheev
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