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Morocco’s extradition of Uyghur asylum seeker to China could lead to serious rights violations, argue UN experts

Four UN independent human rights experts called on Thursday for Morocco to reverse its decision to extradite a Uyghur Muslim to China as his return would place him under threat of serious human rights violations.

Morocco’s extradition of Uyghur asylum seeker to China could lead to serious rights violations, argue UN experts

Four UN independent human rights experts called on Thursday for Morocco to reverse its decision to extradite a Uyghur Muslim to China as his return would place him under threat of serious human rights violations.

Bangladesh: Islamist groups ask govt to sever all ties with China over 'Uighur Muslims brutality' issue

Dhaka/UNI: Islamic political parties have called upon the Bangladesh Government to sever all diplomatic ties with China, owing to alleged persecution of Uighur Muslims in the country.

Uighur trouble in China: Women march in Istanbul

A large number of women staged a march in Istanbul recently to demand an end to China's  ‘genocide’ and protection of Uighur women’s rights, media reports said.

Turkey shifts stance on criticising China's Uighur policy, ban anti-China gathering

Istanbul: Turkey seems to have shifted its stance on China's Uighur policies in recent times going by its action of banning a gathering of Uighur activists on its soil.

Expert feels Uighur movement seems to have lost momentum under Chinese repression

Beijing: A human rights expert has said he feels the Uighur movement seems to have lost momentum under Chinese repression while it made global campaigns pronounced.

Forced labour in China: US House reintroduces bill to ban good from Xinjiang

Washington: A bipartisan bill that would prohibit the importation of goods made with forced labor in China was introduced in the US House of Representatives.

BBC World News banned from broadcasting in China

Beijing/UNI: The Chinese government's television and radio regulator announced on Thursday that it is banning the BBC World News from broadcasting in the country, with immediate effect.

Ban on BBC 'unacceptable curtailing of media freedom' by China : UK

London/IBNS: The British government has slammed China over media censorship, after Beijing banned BBC World News for its reporting of Uighur minority.

China forced labour issue in Xinjiang: Solar companies now tracing supply chains

Beijing: Several solar companies have pledged to oppose forced labor in their supply chains as concern over the sector's reliance on China’s Xinjiang region has been raised in recent times.

China calls BBC report on Uighur as 'unjust and irresponsible'

Beijing: China has called BBC's recent report on Uighur camp in Xinjiang as 'unjust, subjective and irresponsible'.

Uighur women subjected to systematic rape in Xinjiang camps: Report

London: An investigative report published by BBC has revealed that women in China's "re-education" camps for Uighurs have been systematically raped, sexually abused, and tortured.

US officials claim China is targeting relatives of Uighur activists

Washington: US officials are claiming that Chinese government is targeting relatives of  some Uighur activists with terrorism charges, media reports said.

US Secretary of State sees China as a 'significant challenge'

Washington: US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has said China poses the most significant challenge to the nation than any other country.

US government accuses China of 'committing genocide against Uighurs

Washington/UNI: The outgoing US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Tuesday accused China of committing genocide in its repression of the Uighurs and other mainly Muslim people of China.