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(Placename) a town in W China, in the W Xinjiang: a centre of the caravan trade between China, India, and Transcaspian areas. Also called: Yarkand
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(N) 51720 Keping 79.05 40.50 51730 Alaer 81.27 40.55 51765 Tieganlike 87.70 40.63 51777 Ruoqiang 88.17 39.03 51804 Tashikuergan 75.23 37.77 51811 Shache 77.27 38.43 51818 Pishan 78.28 37.62 51828 Hetian 79.93 37.13 51839 Minfeng 82.72 37.07 51855 Qiemo 85.55 38.15 51931 Yutian 81.65 36.85 Table 2: The summaries of hydrological stations in the TRB in this study.
Religious extremist forces have designed and carried out a series of severe violent and terrorist attacks in China, including a knife attack at a train station in Kunming on March 1, 2014, the May 22 bombing of a market in Urumqi in 2014, multiple attacks in Shanshan on June 26, 2013, attacks on July 28 in Shache in 2014, and the September 18 terrorist attacks in Baicheng in 2015, injuring or killing religious personnel and believers and other innocent people.
on Sunday in Shache County, the regional coal mine safety inspection authority said.
Major Terrorist Attacks in Xinjiang since the 1990s (52) Year Date Place 1990 April 5th Akto County, Kizilsu Kirgiz Autonomous Prefecture 1992 February 5th Urumqi 1993 June 17th Kashgar 1997 February 5th Yining City, Ili Kazak Autonomous Prefecture February 25th Urumqi 2008 August 4th Kashgar 2009 July 5th Urumqi 2012 February 28th Yecheng County, Kashgar July 18th Hotan 2013 April 23rd Bachu County, Kashgar June 26th Shanshan County, Turpan August 20th Yecheng County, Kashgar November 16th Bachu County, Kashgar December 15th Shufu County, Kashgar December 30th Shache County, Kashgar 2014 (53) January 24th Xinhe County, Aksu February 14th Wushi County, Aksu
The mobsters threw out explosive devices and attacked civilians with knives at a food street in Shache County around 1:30 p.m.
Authorities said that on July 28 a terrorist gang attacked a police station and government buildings in Shache county near Kashgar, killing 37 people before police shot dead 59 of the attackers.
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.
According to the BBC, a knife-wielding gang attacked a police station and government offices in Shache county.
Many other people were injured in the violence in Shache county near the city of Kashgar in the volatile north-western region, the official Xinhua News Agency said.