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Nov 22, 2016

The Government of India has decided to repatriate three Muslim Uyghurs who are lodged in a J&K jail even as they had approached the Ministry of Home Affairs for asylum in India. The State Government has also sought dismissal of a petition filed by the trio in the High Court for their refuge.

Nov 22, 2016

More than three years after the October 2013 UN Universal Periodic Review of China, a coalition of Chinese NGOs has released a report assessing China’s implementation of the recommendations put forward by UN Member States.

Gulja is the capital of Ili prefecture in China's northwestern Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region
Nov 21, 2016

Orders issued in Gulja are also being reported elsewhere in the region, as the government clamps down further on the ethnically troubled region.

THE MINNOWS: The main Erawan Shrine bombing suspects Adem Karadag, front, and Yusufu Mieraili, back, are escorted by police officers and prison personnel. (EPA photo)
Nov 21, 2016

After 15 months of extremely iffy police work and very interesting prosecution strategy, the two button men of the Erawan Shrine atrocity got their destined opportunity to turn their trial into political theatre.

Uyghur workers are depicted clearing a ditch on the cover of a report on forced labor by the Uyghur World Congress, Nov. 2016.
Nov 17, 2016

World Uyghur Congress says the forced labor system is another way that Beijing attempts to control the ethnic people in the region.

Nov 17, 2016

Special report by the International Campaign for Tibet (ICT) and FIDH

The flags of Pakistan and China are seen in Lahore.
Nov 16, 2016

China is extending its sway across swaths of Pakistan's underdeveloped economy through massive development aid, weaving its influence into the fabric of the South Asian country's society -- including its military.

 Chinese police push away journalists during the trial of Pu Zhiqiang in Beijing in December 2015. Photograph: Fred Dufour/AFP/Getty Images
Nov 15, 2016

Annual survey of international media correspondents finds that 98% of them do not believe Chinese reporting conditions meet international standards

Nov 15, 2016

Recent events in Xinjiang have generated a great deal of analysis and commentary. In particular, reports of violence have opened up the region to the attention of activists, journalists, academics and officials not familiar with the constituent people of Xinjiang. 

Friends and family of jailed Canadian Huseyin Celil, demand Chinese authorities return Celil to Canada unharmed in this 2006 protest
Nov 14, 2016

Amnesty International Oakville is hosting a movie screening on Monday, Nov. 14 to help bring more awareness to its mission to free prisoner of conscience Huseyin Celil.

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