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1992 January March June August October December
1991 May July September November

Eastern Turkestan Information Bulletin
Vol 1. No. 1 (May 1991)


  • INTRODUCTION
  • MESSAGE FROM ISA YUSUF ALPTEKIN
  • A BRIEF HISTORY OF EASTERN TURKESTAN
  • CHINA ATTACKS BOOKS AND DENOUNCE "SPLITISM"
  • EASTERN TURKESTAN'S GOVERNOR: FOREIGNERS ARE STIRRING UP TROUBLE
  • EARTHQUAKE IN EASTERN TURKESTAN
  • CPPCC TO PUBLISH NEWSPAPER
  • MEETING OF RELIGIOUS FIGURES IN EASTERN TURKESTAN
  • EASTERN TURKESTAN'S OIL OUTPUT INCREASES
  • ISA YUSUF ALPTEKIN CALLS FOR LIBERATION OF EASTERN TURKESTAN
  • EASTERN TURKESTANIS REMEMBER BAREN VICTIMS
  • RELATIONS BETWEEN EAST AND WESTERN TURKESTAN GROW
  • EASTERN TURKESTAN, KAZAKHSTAN LINKED BY TELEPHONE
  • UNREPRESENTED NATIONS AND PEOPLES ORGANIZATION ESTABLISHED
  • EASTERN TURKESTANIS CONGRATULATE H.H. THE DALAI LAMA
  • SOVIET UYGUR NEWSPAPER DROPS "KOMMUNIZM "
  • IMPRESSIONS OF RECENT VISITORS TO EASTERN TURKESTAN
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    Eastern Turkestan Information Bulletin
    Vol 1 No. 2 (July 1991)

  • EASTERN TURKESTAN CIVILIZATION
  • GRATITUDE DAY FOR ISA YUSUF ALPTEKIN
  • CULTURAL EVENING HELD
  • URUMCHI UYGUR MUQAM ASSEMLY VISITS GERMANY
  • CHINESE, JAPANESE OIL FIRMS AGREE TO PROJECT
  • UYGUR NATIONAL CONFERENCE LELD IN ALMA ATA
  • SOVIET UYGUR NEWSPAPER SERIALIZES THE UYGUR PEOPLE
  • TOMUR DAWAMET ACCUSES ISA YUSUF ALPTEKIN
  • RIOTS IN EASTERN TURKESTAN
  • GENERAL ON MILITARY'S ROLE
  • PUBLIC SECURITY DIRECTOR ON SPLITTISM
  • SEYFEDDIN AZIZI ON RELIGION
  • UNPO OFFICE BUILDING INAUGURATED
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    Eastern Turkestan Information Bulletin
    Vol 1 No. 3 (September 1991)

  • CHINESE POLICY IN EASTERN TURKESTAN
  • ISA YUSUF ALPTEKIN CONGRATULATES INDEPENDENT REPUBLICS IN THE USSR
  • INTERVIEW WITH ISA YUSUF ALPTEKIN
  • ISA YUSUF ALPTEKIN MEETS OIC GENERAL SECRETARY
  • CHINESE VICE PRESIDENT URGES UNITY IN EASTERN TURKESTAN
  • THOUSANDS OF CPSU AND KGB MEMBERS FLEE TO EASTERN TURKESTAN
  • UZBEK VICE PRESIDENT VISITS EASTERN TURKESTAN
  • KAZAKHSTAN PRESIDENT VISITS EASTERN TURKESTAN
  • UNPO SECOND GENERAL ASSEMBLY MET IN HOLLAND
  • "UYGUR LIBERATION ORGANIZATION" TO BE SET UP
  • "RADIO FREE CHINA" PLAN DISCUSSED
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    Eastern Turkestan Information Bulletin
    Vol 1. No. 4 (November 1991)


  • NATIONALIST CHINESE POLICY IN EAST TURKESTAN
  • ISA YUSUF ALPTEKIN MEETS TURKISH PRIME MINISTER AND PARTY LEADERS
  • INDEPENDENT REPUBLICS REMEMBERED
  • BRITISH PARLIANENTARIAN: "ETHNOCIDE AGAINST EAST TURKESTANI PEOPLE"
  • PURGE OF RELIGIOUS PERSONNEL IN EAST TURKESTAN
  • INTERNATIONAL CHANGES NOT TO AFFECT NATIONALITIES
  • FIVE SENT TO LABOR CAMPS FOR TAXI PROTEST
  • UYGUR LIBERATION ORGANIZATION CALL FOR UN ACTION
  • IDA APPROVES CREDIT FOR TARIM BASIN PROJECT
  • UK BANKS FINANCE EAST TURKESTAN ETHYLENE PROJECT
  • EAST TURKESTAN'S KARAMAY OIL FIELD REINVIGORATED
  • SULTAN AZLAN SAH TOURS EASTERN TURKESTAN
  • CRACKDOWN ON CRIMINAL ACTIVITIES IN EASTERN TURKESTAN
  • SOVIET UYGUR SCHOLAR DIES
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    Eastern Turkestan Information Bulletin
    Vol 2. No. 1 (January 1992)


  • CHINESE COMMUNIST POLICY IN EASTERN TURKESTAN
  • WORLD UYGURS UNITING
  • EASTERN TURKESTAN IN THE PRESS
  • CHINA URGES BORDER DEFENSE
  • THOUSANDS MOVED TO BORDER AREA
  • CHINA TO EXECUTE FREEDOM FIGHTERS
  • CHINA SEEKS ARAB FUNDS TO DEVELOP MUSLIM REGIONS
  • EASTERN TURKESTAN-CIS TRADE UP
  • PARTY JOURNALISTS SPURRED
  • HAMIDIN STRESSES PUBLIC SECURITY
  • TOMUR DAWAMET ON ATHEISM
  • EASTERN TURKESTAN LIVESTOCK UP
  • COTTON TOPS IN EASTERN TURKESTAN
  • NEW OIL FIELDS
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    Eastern Turkestan Information Bulletin
    Vol 2. No. 2 (March 1992)


  • EASTERN TURKESTAN INFORMATION EDITORIAL
  • POPULAR UNREST CONTINUES
  • WESTERN COMMENTS ON EASTERN TURKESTAN
  • PROTESTERS CONVICTED
  • INTERNATIONAL UYGUR UNION FORMED
  • ISA YUSUF ALPTEKIN RECEIVED BY TURKISH PRESIDENT
  • HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION ADDRESSED
  • MINORITIES DEMONSTRATE
  • KAZAKHS CALLED HOME
  • UYGUR LANGUAGE RADIO NEEDED
  • PEOPLE'S CONGRESS SYSTEM PUSHED
  • NON-CHINESE POPULATION GROWTH SLOWS
  • PRESIDENTIAL INSTRUCTIONS
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    Eastern Turkestan Information Bulletin
    Vol 2. No. 3 (June 1992)


  • CHINESE COMMUNIST ECONOMIC POLICY IN EASTERN TURKESTAN
  • DEMONSTRATIONS IN EASTERN TURKESTAN
  • ARBITRARY ARRESTS CONTINUE IN EASTERN TURKESTAN
  • RARE ANNIMALS IN EASTERN TURKESTAN ARE BEING MASSACRED
  • COERCIVE BIRTH CONTROL POLICY CONTINUES
  • EASTERN TURKESTANIS COMMEMORATE 30TH ANNIVERSERY OF ILI MASSACRE
  • EASTERN TURKESTAN PARTY SECRETARY ADMITS SEPERATISTS ACTIVE
  • ISLAMIC COUNTRIES AIDING SEPERATIST IN EASTERN TURKESTAN
  • CIS EASTERN BORDER COMMANDER VISITS EASTERN TURKESTAN
  • CHINA TO RE-OPEN ILI RIVER LINKING KAZAKHSTAN
  • INSTITUTE FOR ASIAN DEMOCRACY INVITES ALPTEKIN
  • UN COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS BRIEFED ON EASTERN TURKESTAN
  • UIGURS IN THE CIS GIVE A WARM WELCOME TO ALPTEKIN
  • WESTERN PRESS ON EASTERN TURKESTAN
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    Eastern Turkestan Information Bulletin
    Vol 2. No. 4 (August 1992)


  • CHINESE EDUCATIONAL POLICY IN EASTERN TURKESTAN
  • EIGHT CITIES REPORT DISTURBANCES
  • CHINESE CCP MOVES TO STRENGTHEN POLITICAL CONTROL IN E.T.
  • CAPTIVE NATIONS WEEK REMEMBERED
  • KAZAKHSTAN RAIL LINK OPENED
  • UNPO MEETS IN GENEVA
  • ALPTEKIN RECEIVED BY DALAI LAMA
  • HARD-LINE CHINESE BLOCK REFORM
  • MILITIA CITED OUTSTANDING
  • PRESS REVIEW STALINIST IN HIS THOUGHTS, UIGHUR IN HIS SOUL
  • HER FATHER'S SONGS
  • THIRD GENERATION NATIONALIST
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    Eastern Turkestan Information Bulletin
    Vol 2. No. 5 (October 1992)


  • EASTERN TURKESTAN CULTURAL POLICY
  • MASSACRE ACKNOWLEDGED
  • BAREN ORGANIZERS CONVICTED
  • NEW ECONOMIC ZONE
  • NEW LITERACY CAMPAIGN
  • MONGOLIA SIGNS TRADE PACT
  • SECOND ROAD TO KAZAKHSTAN
  • VISITORS IN EASTERN TURKESTAN:
  • NEW UIGHUR PARTY IN KYRGYZSTAN
  • UIGHUR UNION RECOGNIZED
  • CAN ATTENDS URANIUM HEARING
  • VICTIMS OF RADIOACTIVITY
  • KAYSERI CONFERENCE
  • KAZAKH SCHOLAR SPEAKS OUT
  • PRESS REVIEW
  • ATTENTION SCHOLARS
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    Eastern Turkestan Information Bulletin
    Vol 2. No. 6 (December 1992)


  • CHINA'S RELIGIOUS POLICY
  • A.I. ON SECRET VIOLENCE
  • WORLD NATIONAL CONGRESS HELD
  • RESETTLEMENT PLAN DROPPED
  • ALPTEKIN RECEIVED BY TURKISH PM
  • TURKEY'S TURKIC POLICY CRITICISED
  • TURKISH PARLIAMENT ASKED TO INVESTIGATE HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSES
  • OFFICIALS SAY SEPARATISTS QUELLED
  • ARBITRARY ARRESTS CONTlNUE
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    Eastern Turkestan Information Bulletin
    Vol 3. No. 1 (February 1993)


  • IS EASTERN TURKESTAN A CHINESE TERRITORY?
  • TURKIC LEADERS IN ISTANBUL
  • U.N.P.O. MEETS IN HOLLAND
  • UNPO NEWS PUBLISHED
  • SECOND EDITION OF COMMON VOICE
  • NEW NEWSPAPER
  • UIGHUR PAINTER SHOWS WORK
  • FOREIGNERS TO PROSPECT FOR OIL
  • ONLY THE RICH CAN STUDY
  • PURGE CALLED IN TIBET
  • TOURIST BOOM REPORTED
  • BORDER TRADE CLIMBS
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    Eastern Turkestan Information Bulletin
    Vol 3. No. 2 (April 1993)

  • SINICIZATION IN EASTERN TURKESTAN
  • BAREN VICTIMS REMEMBERED
  • ALPTEKIN AT TURKIC CONFERENCE
  • CHINESE INVADE CENTRAL ASIA
  • KAZAKH SCHOLAR BASHES CHINA
  • KANAT AT WISCONSIN CONFERENCE
  • NEW UIGHUR GRAMMAR PUBLISHED
  • TURKIC SYMPOSIUM IN AUSTRIA
  • TURKISH TV AND EASTERN TURKESTAN
  • UIGHUR FOLKLORE IN MUNICH
  • LETTER FROM EASTERN TURKESTAN
  • UNPO AT LIECHTENSTEIN MEETING
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    Eastern Turkestan Information Bulletin
    Vol 3. No. 3 (June 1993)

  • NUCLEAR TEST SITE ATTACKED
  • CHINESE BRUTALITY IN TIBET DEPLORED
  • H.H. THE DALAI LAMA GIVEN WARM WELCOME
  • DEMONSTRATION IN KAZAKHSTAN
  • TURKESTANI MARTYRS REMEMBERED
  • BORDER TRADE THRIVES
  • KAZAKH-CHINESE RELATIONS SOURING
  • EASTERN TURKESTAN CAMPAIGN AT VIENNA CONFERENCE ON HUMAN RIGHTS
  • NEW NEWSPAPER IN UIGHUR LANGUAGE
  • AIRSPACE VIOLATION ALLEGED
  • PRESS NOTES
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    Eastern Turkestan Information Bulletin
    Vol 3. No. 5 (October 1993)

  • ARE EASTERN TURKESTANIS FUNDAMENTALISTS ?
  • YUGURS APPEAL TO DALAl LAMA
  • NUCLEAR TESTS DESPITE PROTEST
  • UIGHUR WARNS KYRGYZSTAN
  • CHINESE BRIBES TO KYRGYZSTAN ?
  • CHINESE MUSLIM DEMONSTRATIONS
  • KYRGYZSTAN BROADCASTS IN UIGHUR
  • JOINT DEMONSTRATION
  • EASTERN TURKESTANI AT CONFERENCE
  • 'FINAL SOLUTION' FOR TIBET
  • WILL CHINA BECOME ANOTHER YUGOSLAVIA ?
  • UNPO NOMINATED FOR NOBEL PRIZE
  • PRESS NOTES
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    Eastern Turkestan Information Bulletin
    Vol 3. No. 6 (December 1993)

  • APPEAL TO THE FREE WORLD
  • ALLIED COMMITTEE MEETS IN MUNICH
  • GERMAN ASSURANCE ON RIGHTS QUESTION
  • DALAI LAMA PETITIONS FRANCE
  • ROUND TABLE IN HOLLAND
  • ETUE PARTICIPATES CULTURAL EVENING
  • INDEPENDENT REPUBLIC REMEMBERED
  • TIBET GROUPS OFFER COOPERATION
  • "FIGHT WITHOUT COMPROMISE AGAINST THE SEPARATISTS"
  • 'THOUSANDS OF CHILDREN HAVE DISAPPEARED IN EASTERN TURKESTAN'
  • KYRGYZ COMPLAINTS
  • PRESS NOTES
  • ETUE OFFICERS REELECTED
  • INTERNATIONAL UIGHUR UNION MEETING
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    Eastern Turkestan Information Bulletin
    Vol. 4 Number 1(April 1994)

  • EDITORIAL
  • APPEAL TO RELIGIOUS LEADERS
  • DEMONSTRATION IN MUNICH
  • SUPPORT FROM LORD AVEBURY
  • "FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF CHINA" PROPOSED
  • ETLF CALLS FOR HELP
  • UIGHURS REJECT DUAL CITIZENSHIP
  • NEW PUBLICATION
  • UNPO CELEBRATES THIRD ANNIVERSARY
  • ALLIED COMMITTEE MEETS
  • JOINT BRIEFING AT U.N. IN GENEVA
  • TlBETAN NEW YEAR CELEBRATED
  • U.S. SENATE APPROVES ASIA RADIO
  • DALAI LAMA TO VISIT TAIWAN
  • WIFE OF E.T. LEADER DIES
  • PRESS NOTES
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    Eastern Turkestan Information Bulletin
    Vol. 4 Number 2(June 1994)

  • WHY NON-VIOLENCE ?
  • ISA YUSUF ALPTEKIN HONORS OZAL
  • A CASSETTE FROM EASTERN TURKESTAN
  • LI PENG TRIP AROUSES PROTEST
  • CHINA PREPARING ANOTHER NUCLEAR TEST
  • BAREN VICTIMS REMEMBERED
  • ZIYA SAMEDI TURNS 80
  • UIGHUR COMPOSER PASSES AWAY
  • UIGHUR LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER IN KYRGYZSTAN
  • MUNICH MAYOR SUPPORTS UIGHURS
  • DALAI LAMA URGES PRESSURE ON CHINA
  • GROUP SAYS SITUATION IN CHINA WORSE
  • CHINA ADMITS LAWLESSNESS IN COUNTRYSIDE
  • SALINAS RESPONDS TO ALPTEKIN'S LETTER
  • UNPO CONFERENCE ON "CONFLICT PREVENTION"
  • PRESS NOTES
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    Eastern Turkestan Information Bulletin
    Vol. 4 Number 3(August 1994)

  • RELIGIOUS INTOLERANCE AND DISCRIMINATION IN EASTERN TURKESTAN
  • A LETTER FROM THE LAOGAI
  • ISA YUSUF ALPTEKIN RECEIVES HONORARY DOCTORATE AWARD
  • POLITICAL MEETING IN ANKARA
  • DEMONSTRATION IN KAZAKHSTAN
  • DEMONSTRATIONS IN MUNICH
  • ETUE OFFICIAL VISITS CENTRAL ASIA
  • NEW UIGHUR FACULTY IN KYRGYZSTAN
  • UIGHUR MUSEUM IN TASHKENT
  • DALAI LAMA VISITS UNPO
  • UNPO MEETINGS IN GENEVA
  • JOINT BRIEFING AT THE UN IN GENEVA
  • DRAFT CONSTITUTION FOR FEDERAL CHINA
  • TOUGHER SECURITY RULES FOR CHINA
  • TOURISTS DEPORTED FOR DALAI LAMA CASSETTE
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    Eastern Turkestan Information Bulletin
    Vol. 4 Number 4(October 1994)

  • CHINESE NUCLEAR TEST CONDEMNED
  • ANNIVERSARY OF ISLAM IN EASTERN TURKESTAN
  • 45TH ANNIVERSARY OF CHINESE OCCUPATION
  • ANTI-CHINESE DEMONSTRATIONS
  • UN EXAMINES ARBITRARY DETENTIONS
  • ORGANIZATIONS UNITE THEIR EFFORTS
  • ERKIN ALPTEKIN IN KAZAKHSTAN AND KYRGYZSTAN
  • DEMONSTRATION IN KYRGYZSTAN
  • UIGHUR SCHOLAR LECTURES IN GERMANY
  • SECOND WORLD TURKIC CONFERENCE
  • FIRST INTERNATIONAL ALLIED COMMITTEE CONFERENCE
  • EASTERN TURKESTAN LOBBY IN WASHINGTON
  • CHINA ACCUSED OF TRADE IN ORGANS
  • PRESS NOTES
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    Eastern Turkestan Information Bulletin
    Vol. 4 Number 5(December 1994)

  • HAPPY NEW YEAR
  • ETIB REJECTS CHINESE CLAIMS
  • DEMONSTRATIONS IN EASTERN TURKESTAN
  • TORTURE IN CHINESE PRISONS
  • AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL RECORDS DEATH PENALTIES IN EASTERN TURKESTAN
  • 300 DIE IN FIRE IN EASTERN TURKESTAN
  • KYRGYZ WARN UIGHUR ORGANIZATION
  • TRT DISCUSSES EASTERN TURKESTAN
  • SATTAR MAKBULCHOBAN REMEMBERED
  • EASTERN TURKESTANIS HOST TIBETAN MUSLIM
  • MAHMUD KASHGARI ANNIVERSARY MARKED
  • KAZAKHSTAN OPPOSES CHINESE TESTS
  • PRESS NOTES
  • EASTERN TURKESTAN IN THE INTERNATIONAL PRESS
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    Eastern Turkestan Information Bulletin
    Vol. 5 Number 1(February 1995)

  • ARRESTS AND EXECUTIONS CONTINUE
  • CRIMEAN TARTARS HONOR ISA YUSUF ALPTEKIN
  • KAZAKHSTAN WANTS NUCLEAR TESTS STOPPED
  • BORDER TRADE A BOON FOR EASTERN TURKESTAN
  • US STUDY: CHINA HAS 50% CHANCE OF COLLAPSE
  • DALAI LAMA OPTIMISTIC ON TIBET'S INDEPENDENCE
  • U.S. ANNOUNCES SANCTIONS AGAINST CHINA
  • RUSSIAN CALLS FOR RE-DRAWING BORDER WITH CHINA
  • US REPORT CITES RIGHTS ABUSES IN EASTERN TURKESTAN
  • UNPO ENDS ITS DELIBERATIONS
  • ALLIED COMMITTEE MEMBERS HOLD TALKS
  • PRESS NOTES
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    Eastern Turkestan Information Bulletin
    Vol. 5 Number 2(April 1995)

  • ALARMING NEWS FROM EASTERN TURKESTAN
  • 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE NATlONAL ARMY
  • CHINESE FALSIFICATION AND UIGHUR HISTORY
  • HUNGARIAN FOLK SONGS TRACED TO UIGHURS
  • ERKIN ALPTEKIN ATTENDS SOUTH MOLUCCAN CELEBRATIONS
  • FIRE CLAIMS UIGHUR VICTIMS
  • ATTACKS ON TIBETANS CONDEMNED
  • TIBETAN SOLIDARITY
  • CHINA'S HARD-LINER CHEN YUN DIES
  • PRESS NOTES:
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    Eastern Turkestan Information Bulletin
    Vol. 5 Number 3(June 1995)

  • CHINESE NUCLEAR TEST CONDEMNED
  • INDEPENDENCE MOVEMENT STRENGTHENS IN EASTERN TURKESTAN
  • ARMS SEIZED
  • NUMBER OF EASTERN TURKESTANI PILGRIMS FALLS
  • COERCIVE BIRTH CONTROL CONTINUES
  • ISA YUSUF ALPTEKIN TOURS ANATOLIA
  • UIGHUR PAINTER SHOWS WORK
  • SEMINAR ON CHINA'S CULTURAL IDEOLOGY
  • ERKIN ALPTEKIN ATTENDS SEMINAR ON SELF-DETERMINATION
  • DALAI LAMA RECEIVED BY GERMAN FOREIGN MINISTER
  • ETUE ATTENDS PROTEST MARCH IN BONN
  • U.S. STUDENTS SUPPORT EASTERN TURKESTAN
  • CHINA ACCUSED OF REMOVING ORGANS FROM EXECUTED
  • GROUP STEPS UP PRESSURE ON CHINA
  • PRESS NOTES
  • NOTICE
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    Eastern Turkestan Information Bulletin
    Vol. 5 Number 4(August 1995).

  • GREENPEACE DEMONSTRATION IN BEIJING
  • CONDEMN HARRY WU'S ARREST
  • MILITARY BUILDUP REPORTED IN EASTERN TURKESTAN
  • ISTANBUL NAMES PARK FOR ISA YUSUF ALPTEKIN
  • ERKIN ALPTEKIN AT TURKIC FESTIVAL
  • DEMONSTRATIONS IN BONN AND MUNICH
  • CHINESE CHAVINISM ALIVE AND WELL
  • UNPO MEETS IN GENEVA
  • CENTRAL ASIAN ACTIVITIES
  • GROWING INTEREST IN EASTERN TURKESTAN
  • PRESS NOTES
  • UIGHUR PROBLEMS ADDRESSED IN NEW BOOK
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    Eastern Turkestan Information Bulletin
    Vol. 5 Number 5(December 1995)

  • ISA YUSUF ALPTEKIN DIES AT 94
  • TUMULT IN EASTERN TURKESTAN
  • HARRY WU SAYS WORLD BANK FUNDS FORCED LABOR
  • CHINESE ACCOUNT OF HUMANS RIGHTS ABUSES
  • KAZAKHSTAN PRESSURED ON EASTERN TURKESTAN
  • EASTERN TURKESTANIS DEMONSTRATE IN AUSTRALIA
  • GREENPEACE CALLS FOR PROTEST
  • THREE WOMEN DIE DURING FORCED ABORTION
  • POVERTY AND UNEMPLOYMENT GROWING
  • UIGHUR NATIONAL POET DIES
  • UIGHUR PAINTER DIES
  • ETUE HOLDS ANNUAL MEETING
  • ETUE SOCCER TEAM STARTED
  • ACTIVITIES OF CENTRAL ASIAN UIGHURS
  • 10TH ANNIVERSARY OF ALLIED COMMITTEE
  • ETUE ATTENDS WORLD TURKIC CONFERENCE
  • 18TH ANNUAL TURKISH FEDERATION CONGRESS
  • ETUE AT WORLD SINDHI CONFERENCE
  • UNPO LEADER KEN SARO WIWA EXECUTED IN NIGERIA
  • PRESS NOTES
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    Eastern Turkestan Information Bulletin
    Vol. 6 No. 1-2(February 1996).

  • REMEMBRANCE DAY FOR ISA YUSUF ALPTEKIN
  • CHINA PRESSURES TURKEY ON ISA YUSUF ALPTEKIN PARK
  • EXECUTIONS CONTINUE
  • ARBITRARY ARRESTS CONTINUE
  • CHINESE PRESSURE CENTRAL ASIA ON EASTERN TURKESTAN
  • IS EASTERN TURKESTAN'S DESERT GROWING ?
  • ASIA WATCH NAMES POLITICAL PRISONERS
  • CONFERENCE HEARS OF EASTERN TURKESTAN'S HUMAN RIGHTS SITUATION
  • FREEDOM FOR TIBET MARCHES
  • EARTHQUAKE HITS EASTERN TURKESTAN
  • CONFERENCE ON CHINESE ATOM TESTS
  • ETUE LEADER CHAIRS CONFERENCE AT U.N.
  • NEW BOOK ON EASTERN TURKESTAN'S PEOPLES
  • PRESS NOTES
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