Geneva: The Chinese government continues to hold members of the Uyghur minority group in forced labour camps. Goods produced by these enslaved workers – particularly cotton – are entering global supply chains.
Tokyo/New York: The East Turkistan Government-in-Exile on Thursday demonstrated against Chinese aggressions in different parts of the world to mark East Turkistan's Independence Day.
Washington: The Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China (IPAC) has urged the international criminal court’s chief prosecutor to accept the complaint by the East Turkistan Government in Exile and the East Turkistan National Awakening Movement alleging genocide by China.
Director of Campaign for Uyghurs Rushan Abbas has said her sister Gulshan Abbas and aunt 'disappeared' just days after she spoke publicly for the first time about the disappearance of her husband’s entire family in China.
Washington: Prime Minister Salih Hudayar of the East Turkistan government-in-exile recently held a press conference to highlight the atrocities faced by Uyghurs in China and draw global awareness on it.
Istanbul: Journalist Kunwar Khuldune Shahid has questioned several Islamic nations' silence on Uyghur issue.
London: On the occasion of the UN’s 75th anniversary, the World Uyghur Congress (WUC) recently reiterated its calls on the UN and its Member States to meaningfully address the Uyghur crisis and hold the Chinese government accountable for its crimes.
Washington: Prime Minister Salih Hudayar on behalf of the East Turkistan Government in Exile has said the US should realise that the treatment being given to people of Xinjiang in China is nothing less than genocide and colonisation.
London: The British Parliament has decided to debate on Monday the atrocities against Uyghur Muslims in China, media reports said.
Geneva: As many as 39 nations have condemned China's policy towards people in Hong Kong and Xinjiang regions.
London: In a rare stance, China has formally confirmed to the UN the death of a Uyghur man whose family believes he had been held in a Xinjiang internment camp since 2017, media reports said.
Paris: French capital city Paris witnessed protests recently as over 300 people, who belonged to several groups, gathered at the Trocadero Square near the Eiffel Tower and demonstrated against human rights violations by China.
Tokyo: Representatives from Hong Kong, Tibet, Xinjiang, Taiwan, Mongolia and Japan demonstrated outside the Chinese Embassy in Tokyo on Thursday.
London/UNI: The British Parliamentarians, sympathetic to Uighurs are pushing for Muslim minorities in China being allowed to file petitions in the UK High Court against the alleged genocide in Xinjiang.
Pakistani national Sakandar Hayat's life was turned upside down in recent months when his wife and son were detained by Chinese security officials as they are Uyghurs.