U.S. State Department report says China is committing ‘genocide’ against Uyghur Muslims, Uyghur advocacy group welcomes the report
U.S. State Department report says that China is committing "genocide and crimes against humanity” against its Uyghur Muslims
Nike, H&M, Uniqlo and other brands face fire in China after comments on forced labour camps in Xinjiang
Shares of H&M, Nike Inc. and others have said to have plummeted after Chinese government officials endorsed the boycott and celebrities cut ties with brands including Adidas, New Balance and Japan’s Uniqlo.
US imposes sanctions on two Chinese officials for human rights abuses against Uyghur Muslims in Xinjiang
After the sanctions, the US assets of the sanctioned Chinese officials will be frozen and Americans will be prohibited from doing business with these officials.
Canadian PM Trudeau and his cabinet avoid voting on motion terming China’s treatment of Uyghurs as ‘genocide’
The Canadian PM had earlier refused to term China's treatment of Uygur Muslims as 'genocide' after the which the opposition brought the motion.
After Uyghurs, minority Muslim community Utsuls in Hainan Island faces religious persecution by the Communist government in China
The Utsuls are a tiny community of Sunni Muslims, who live on the Hainan Island in the South China Sea.
China takes on BBC, threatens it for its reporting on atrocities on Uyghur Muslims after UK withdrew licence to Chinese state broadcaster CGTN
In a recent BBC report, former detainees of concentration camps in Xinjiang had spoken out against brutal sexual torture by Chinese regime
Disappearances, torture, repeated rape, electric shock in genitals: Survivor narrates how Chinese men brutalise Uyghur Muslim women
Even as China continues to reject the allegations of ongoing human rights abuses, atrocities against the Uyghur Muslims continue
Leaked Chinese Police data reveals the extent of Uyghur Muslim repression: From population control to surveillance
Millions of Chinese Police leaked files describe in excruciating detail the degree of stifling surveillance of China's Uyghur minorities and the growing use of technology to subjugate them
After outrage, Twitter removes tweet by Chinese Embassy in US that took pride in a ‘re-education camp’ for Uyghur Muslims
Twitter, instead of removing the hateful content at the first instance, rather categorically stated that a Chinese government tweet praising China's treatment of its Uyghur ethnic minority did not violate its policy against hateful conduct.
Former detainee in Chinese 're-education camp' narrates how they were force fed pork on Fridays by the authorities