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Jan 12, 2021
By Ana Swanson and Christopher Buckley

A new report shows some of the world’s biggest solar companies work with the Chinese government to absorb workers from Xinjiang, programs that are often seen as a red flag for forced labor.

Jan 6, 2021

Retailer Marks & Spencer has signed onto a call to action on human rights abuses in China's Xinjiang region.

Jan 6, 2021
By Berk Ozkan and Emrah Gokmen

Uighur Turks continue their wait in front of Chinese consulate to find out about their families in Chinese camps

Nurlan Kokteubai. Photo: Supchina
Jan 6, 2021
By Darren Byler

“They said there was a document sent from above, from the administrative center, and that they were acting based on that document. They said no one can change the document since it was sent from the Central Committee. They said that the current system would not change until all Muslim nationalities would be extinct.”

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Jan 6, 2021

Selçuk Özdağ of the Future Party said ratifying it without one would be a “disgrace” to Uyghurs.

Recep Erdoğan (Left) and Xi Jinping. (Right) Photos: Wikicommons.
Jan 6, 2021
By Michael Caster

Turkey apart, thousands of individuals around the world are at risk of abuse and persecution should they face extradition to China, writes Michael Caster.

Illustration: Eniola Odetunde/Axios
Jan 5, 2021
By Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian

China has constructed a vast string of factories inside the walls of Xinjiang mass internment camps, and Chinese authorities are forcing thousands of Muslim minorities to work in cotton fields, according to two recent investigations.

Jan 5, 2021
By Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian

The world has learned of China's sweeping system of forced labor in the Xinjiang garment industry not through fair trade organizations but through independent researchers, journalists and the testimonies of former detainees.

Jan 5, 2021
By Victor Ordonez and Gerry Wagschal

Upwards of 10,000 Uighurs have been reported missing after detention.

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Jan 5, 2021
By Leigh Hartman

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is using big data and surveillance to target Uyghurs for detention based on behaviors that are allowed under the laws of the People’s Republic of China, such as studying the Quran or calling family abroad.

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