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Apr 14, 2020

The Washington-based Uyghur Human Rights Project uses its networks among Uighurs in exile and in Xinjiang to produce informative reports on the human rights disaster unfolding in that region.

Zumret Dawut gives testimony at a hearing in DC on Sep 25, 2019. Photo: RFA
Apr 14, 2020

We cannot accept an order that permits China to create a sphere of authoritarianism beyond its borders

A demolished mosque in Uyghur region
Apr 14, 2020

Chinese authorities routinely prohibit Muslims from practicing their faith — from forbidding fasting during the holy month of Ramadan to punishing halal practices.

Apr 14, 2020

This timeline focuses on the origins of the novel coronavirus and the Chinese Communist Party’s response. It is based on publicly available sources and will be updated as new information emerges.

Apr 14, 2020

Kazakhstan’s foreign ministry summoned the Chinese ambassador on Tuesday to protest over an article saying the country was keen to become part of China, the ministry said.

Apr 13, 2020

China is offering preferential policies to would-be Han migrants through the quasi-military bingtuan.

English: Human Rights and Alliance of Civilizations Room of the Palace of Nations, Geneva (Switzerland). It is the meeting room of the United Nations Human Rights Council.  Photo: Ludovic Courtès
Apr 13, 2020

China's appointment to a seat on the Consultative Group of the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) has sparked global outrage from human rights groups.

  Rahile Dawut: Xinjiang University anthropologist who specializes in Islamic shrines, traditional songs and folklore. Arrested on 15 December, 2017
Apr 13, 2020

This timeline gives an overview of the arrest and incarceration of Uyghur intellectuals and celebrities in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region in northwestern China.

Demonstration für die Rechte der Uiguren am 19. Januar 2020 in Berlin. Photo: Leonhard Lenz
Apr 13, 2020

The stage is being prepared for communal China in the face of pathetic cultural genocide.One million innocent Uyghur Muslims have already been trapped in detention camps. If the world stands still silent, it is certain that Xinjiang will be mercilessly added to the map of the victims of Myanmar, Rwanda and East Timor.

Apr 13, 2020

The Chinese Communist Party’s Biggest Fears Are Separatism And An Economic Crisis

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