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Retailers in the Chinese city of Urumqi, which witnessed deadly protests last weekend, and other cities in the region have resumed business, the Xinhua news agency reported Sunday, citing China's Ministry of Commerce.

In a statement on its Web site, the ministry said Sunday that supplies of meat, vegetables and other daily necessities were "abundant," Xinhua said, and that prices had fallen before the levels of violent demonstrations on July 5.

At least 184 people were killed in the demonstrations and more than 1,600 injured, according to government figures. Heavily armed troops remained on the streets of Urumqi over the weekend, and curfews were in effect. Read full article »

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