Death Watch Bodies lie on the ground on a street in Urumqi in this still from video footage released by the Urumqi government on July 6.
Official Toll Medical staff attend to the wounded following Sunday's riots in this handout photo which officials say was taken in the late evening of July 5 and released July 6.
Dying To Be Heard Uighur women grab a riot policemen in Urumqi on July 7.
A Minority's Stake Women from Urumqi's Uighur community, a Muslim ethnic minority that comprises about 10% of the city's population, shout at Chinese riot police in this city of China's far west Xinjiang province on July 7, 2009. Two days before, Uighurs staged protests in Urumqi over discrimination by the Han Chinese. Over 150 people were killed and over 1400 wounded in the riots that ensued.
Not Alone A Uighur woman protests in front of riot police on July 7 in Urumqi. Hundreds of Uighur women took the capital's streets to speak out against the mass arrest of Uighur men that took place during and after Sunday's riots.
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