Kazakh violence puts spotlight on Chinese Muslim minority | AFP

Residents of the Dungan village of Masanchi in Kazakhstan clean up after the February 7 rampage, which resulted in 11 deaths, and saw hundreds of ethnic Kazakh assailants set fire to dozens of homes, shops and livestock in the village inhabited by ethnic Chinese Muslims. The bloody clashes have highlighted underlying tensions in a region where many ethnic groups live side by side, and have left some in the Dungan community wondering what the future holds for them.

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