Washington: The US State Department has released a report where it has described China’s abuses targeting Uyghurs, Hongkongers and Tibetans as among some of the worst human rights violations around the world.
Xinjiang, China: Hundreds of family members of detained Uyghur residents of a small community in northwestern China’s Xinjiang region are now forced by authorities to work in local government-run factories, media reports said.
Xinjiang, China: A Uyghur professor and translator is currently serving 10 years in prison in northwestern China’s Xinjiang region for separatism and promoting Western culture, media reports said on Wednesday.
Beijing: The Chinese government is trying to eradicate the Muslim community of the country and it is evident from the government’s move to shut down more than 150 Uyghur cultural research and language organizations, media reports said on Friday.
Istanbul: Authorities in Istanbul city in Turkey closed a Uyghur elementary school there allegedly at the request of the Chinese government officials who worried students were receiving anti-China instruction, media reports said on Wednesday.
Ankara: Turkish fraudsters recently received a jolt as their attempt to steal millions of dollars from a Turkish bank account belonging to a prominent Uyghur businessman serving a lengthy prison sentence in China’s far-western Xinjiang region was foiled, media reports said on Wednesday.
Xinjiang, China: A Uyghur educator and principal of a high school in Korla in Xinjiang region of China has been serving 18 years in prison for inviting two Uyghur scholars to give presentations, media reports said on Friday.
Beijing: Local police have arrested a Uyghur who studied in Japan as a graduate student and worked at a restaurant chain in China’s far-western Xinjiang region after he returned home, media reports said on Friday.
Sydney, Australia: A group of Tibetans participated in a peaceful march in the Australian city of Sydney against the alleged human rights abuses in China.
Beijing: The 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics will open amid atrocity crimes and other grave human rights violations by the Chinese government, 243 nongovernmental organizations from around the world said today.
Beijing/Melbourne: Uyghur community leader Adam Turan has said he felt 'hurt' that Australian athletes are still deciding to participate in Winter Olympics in China, a nation "where they are carrying out a genocide against our people".
London: British media giant BBC has invested more than £150 million ($205 million) in Chinese state-owned companies accused of links to appalling human rights violations, media reports said on Saturday.
Washington: The US State Department has asked China to cease its acts of transnational repression, including coercive practices of imprisoning and denying freedom of movement to family members of Uyghur-American activists including individuals serving the American people.
Washington: The United States has asked the Chinese government to immediately end genocide and crimes against humanity against the predominantly Muslim Uyghurs and members of other ethnic and religious minority groups in Xinjiang province.
Beijing: A retired Uyghur civil servant abducted by police and taken to an internment camp more than three years ago died earlier last year, officials said.