As many as 19, out of the 44 journalists, imprisoned in China in 2023 were from the Uyghur community.
Members of the Uyghur community led by the East Turkistan Government in Exile (ETGE) demonstrated against China's hypocrisy in front of the UN headquaters in New York recently.
A large number of Uyghur inmates in Xinjiang's Keriye Prison are forced to work for 12-14 hours a day in vast fields of red dates called jujubes, media reports said.
The East Turkistan Government in Exile has urged the international community to formally recognize East Turkistan as an occupied country and even take steps to address the ongoing genocide and crimes against humanity perpetrated by China, media reports said.
A human chain and a protest rally were recently held in Bangladesh's Rangpur city on Sunday to mark Uyghurs Muslim Persecution Day.
The US State Department has condemned China for handing down a life sentence to Uyghur academic Rahile Dawut.
Dhaka: Bangladesh recently witnessed protests in Dhaka and Narayanganj where participants participated in rallies demanding justice for Uyghur Muslims in China's Xinjiang province.
Forced separations and language policies for Uyghur and other minority Muslim children at State-run boarding schools in China’s Xinjiang region carry the risk of forced assimilation, three UN independent human rights experts said on Tuesday.
China is trying to use local Uyghurs as a part of its propaganda tool to showcase the happy face of the community among Pakistani people.
On the ninth anniversary of the Yarkand massacre, the World Uyghur Congress remembered all those who were killed during and in the aftermath of the July 28, 2014 incident.
Members of a non-profit organization, based in the US capital Washington DC, will protest outside the Chinese Embassy in the city to mark Urumqi Massacre.
Beijing: Uyghurs continue to be persecuted by Chinese authorities but people are not paying enough attention to this extreme human rights violation which is making the situation “disturbing,” Canada-based freelance contributing columnist Michael Levitt wrote in Toronto Star.
Washington: As recent arrests by federal law enforcement have shown, dissidents who oppose the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) continue to be targets of intimidation campaigns by CCP security and intelligence officials on U.S. soil.
Rome: The Italian Senate recently unveiled a book titled “La Trappola Cinese”, composed by World Uyghur Congress President Dolkun Isa.
Dhaka: Several regions in Bangladesh witnessed protests against Chinese atrocities against Uyghur people recently to mark the anniversary of the Ghulja Massacre.