Yarkand


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Yarkand

(ˌjɑːˈkænd)
n
(Placename) another name for Shache
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Another route originated from Yarkand, followed a tributary of the Tashkurgan River to the town then either to Wakhan or Khunjrab.
Kiva, Bujara y Kokand, al norte, estarian bajo proteccion rusa, en tanto que el kanato de Kelat, Afganistan y Yarkand, al sur, bajo control de Gran Bretana.
BRUSSELS, July 31 (KUNA) -- The EU Thursday expressed its condolences and sympathies to the victims, their families, and all those affected by the deadly attacks in Yarkand county in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region in China on July 28.
The violence took place in Shache county, or Yarkand in the Uighur language, near the edge of the Taklamakan desert in the west of the vast region.
However along with cultural historical and religious ties the trade interchange also strengthened owing to old Silk Route with (united) Indian merchant outposts in Kashgar Yarkand Kholan Maran and Qara-Shahr in Central Asia (www.
Most of the pile-face woven ones came from Yarkand and were brought by traders.
Camping is possible on the 58km long Baltaro Glacier and the China tour includes a trip to the desert village of Yarkand and Shipton's Arch--the largest natural rock arch in the world.
The attack happened in Yarkand county close to the old Silk Road city of Kashgar in Xinjiang's south, the regional government said in a statement on its news website (www.
beaucoup moins que]La violente attaque contre le commissariat a Yarkand temoigne encore une fois de la nature antisociale et contraire a l'humanite des 'trois forces malveillantes'[beaucoup plus grand que], a declare Qin Gang, porte-parole du ministere chinois des Affaires etrangeres, faisant reference au [beaucoup moins que]separatisme ethnique[beaucoup plus grand que], a [beaucoup moins que]l'extremisme religieux[beaucoup plus grand que] et au terrorisme, censes sevir dans la region.
YARKAND, China (TAP) - Eight "attackers" armed with knives and explosives were killed on Monday during a "terrorist attack" on a police station in China's Xinjiang.