In light of Chinese President Xi Jinping's recent invigorated commitment to persist with genocidal actions in East Turkistan, the East Turkistan Government in Exile (ETGE) issues an immediate and urgent plea to the 78th United Nations General Assembly and its member states for immediate and decisive action to halt China's ongoing genocide against Uyghurs, Kazakhs, Kyrgyz and other Turkic peoples.
Beijing: Beijing has declared Canadian consul in Shanghai Jennifer Lynn Lalonde persona non grata as a reaction to Ottawa's expulsion of a Chinese diplomat from Toronto, the Chinese Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday.
Chinese officials have been utilizing "ears," spies who are selected from everyday citizens, police officers, and neighborhood committees to prevent Uyghur Muslims from fasting during the holy month of Ramzan, media reports said.
Istanbul: People in the Turkish city of Saryer marked Ghulja Massacre by walking out on the streets of the region and protested against China’s atrocities towards Uyghur Muslims.
Ankara/Istanbul: Uyghur NGOs and Uyghur community in Istanbul, on Oct 01, marked the 73rd National Day of China as the beginning of an era of occupation, persecution, starvation and inhuman crimes against the peoples of East Turkestan.
Vienna: The Uyghur Association in Vienna recently hosted a photo exhibition on Sept 22 to showcase ongoing human rights abuses in China’s Xinjiang province.
Ankara: Several activists from Union of International East Turkistan NGOs on Thursday raised the concern of the Uyghurs by infiltrating a volleyball stadium in Turkey and disrupting the scheduled game between China and Italy, media reports said.
Beijing: China has slammed a decision taken by Norway’s sovereign wealth fund to sell off its stake in a Chinese company due to rights concerns, warning the move may cause “unnecessary losses” for Oslo.
Tokyo: Members of the Uyghur community on Sunday demonstrated in Tokyo city of Japan to mark the 12th year anniversary of July 5, 2009 violence in Urumqi, Xinjiang.
New York: July 1 marks the 100th anniversary of the Chinese Communist Party, which seized power in 1949, marking the beginning of a dark era in history, defined largely by bloodshed, mismanagement, brutal repression, said Campaign for Uyghurs (CFU) as it condemned the celebration of the event on Wednesday.
Islamabad: Pakistan PM Imran Khan has once again backed China over the persecution of Uyghur Muslims in Xinjiang and said he believes in Beijing's version of events that goes on in the controversial region.
While the leaders of Canada, Germany, France, Italy, Japan, the UK, and the United States are in Cornwall, UK at the 47th G7 Summit, Uyghurs are reminding these heads of states to act against China.
London: An independent "people's tribunal" has heard that Uyghur Muslims are treated "worse than dogs" in Chinese camps in Xinjiang, media reports said.
Adelaide: Australian Uyghurs have expressed concern over the recent disappearance of the people belonging to the community in China.
Washington: There has been a growing call from Western nations and human rights groups to allow the U.N. human rights chief unobstructed access to the Xinjiang region to investigate the situation of ethnic Uyghur Muslims and other Turkic Muslim minorities.