Uighurs given death penalty over riots in Qamishli
A man dressed as a Muslim and carrying a knife was arrested after violence broke out in Qamishli and other areas of the province and led to the execution of three people. The man who was arrested on Tuesday was arrested on Friday from an illegal camp in the provincial capital in the eastern province.The provincial authorities say a clash broke out in Qamishli on Thursday around 10 a.m. and that an attack on police officers in the area caused the incident. The clashes, which were witnessed by over 200 people, led to the deaths of four people, the authorities said.In an early night operation on Friday, nine people were killed, including three police officers. A total of 29 people were wounded in the clashes, of whom one died of his wounds in hospital.A suicide bomber blew himself up during a gathering at a police station in the provincial capital and another detonated an explosives-laden vehicle near the police station.The Qamishli governor’s office says the suicide bomber blew himself up on Monday during a gathering at a police station in the provincial capital. It also says seven police officers died and one was seriously injured in Friday’s attacks.The provincial chief prosecutor’s office in Bishkek says seven policemen were killed in Friday’s bombings and 10 more were injured in Saturday’s attacks.The attacks have raised fears of a growing violence in the province, which is home to over 100,000 people, and which is facing a security crisis.Thousands have come out into the streets this mont카지노 게임h to protest ag더킹 카지노ainst the government’s decision to allow more than 1.7 million Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar to settle in India, sparking clashes with security forces and sparking renewed attacks.The military has repeatedly denied involvement in the unrest i온라인 카지노n Qamishli. However, it has admitted carrying out a wide-scale crackdown last year on Rohingya in its northern border region of Rakhine.Since late August, more than 1,000 people have been killed, with more than 150 being seriously injured. In some cases, state security forces have been accused of abusing civilians in security camps.Human Rights Watch says that as of May this year, more than 1,700 civilians have been killed in clashes with the security forces in Qamishli, including about 4,800 in the central part of the province.