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Bayern Munich icon Franck Ribéry. Photo: Wikipedia
Oct 6, 2020

Several big-name French soccer players have taken part in a social media campaign to raise awareness of China's treatment of Uyghurs and other Muslim minorities in Xinjiang. By Gerry Harker

Uyghur doppa
Oct 6, 2020

A lot can be told through people’s sense of style, the outfits they wear and how they express themselves through fashion. By Faiza Saqib

Oct 6, 2020

China’s repression of the Uighurs in Xinjiang has forced those in the diaspora to protect their identity from afar. By Yasmeen Serhan

Oct 6, 2020

China's decision to move its British embassy from London's upmarket West End to the less glitzy east could have been a heart-warming tale of homecoming. The new mission will be built at the former Royal Mint, just a stone's throw from the city's original 19th century Chinatown. By Angela Dewan

Uyghur protesters hold up pictures of their family members during "Resist CCP: Global Day of Action" in front of the Capitol Reflecting Pool in Washington D.C., Oct. 1, 2020.   RFA/Leo Kim
Oct 2, 2020

Washington, London, Bangkok, Istanbul among some 60 cities that saw rallies by critics of Beijing's repression.

China's President  Xi Jinping
Oct 2, 2020

International opprobrium has so far failed to deter Beijing from its repressive policies in Xinjiang. By Eleanor Albert

Fatimah Abdulghafur holds her family photo.
Oct 2, 2020

Beijing formally confirmed death to UN but man’s daughter disputes suggestion he died of ‘pneumonia and tuberculosis’ in 2018. By Helen Davidson

Der Journalist und Filmregisseur Raphaël Glucksmann auf der Frankfurter Buchmesse 2017. By Harald Krichel - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=77374411
Oct 2, 2020

When he won a seat in the European Parliament last year, Raphaël Glucksmann promised something different. His goal was to become "the voice of the voiceless people.” By Rebecca Rosman

Oct 2, 2020

Women from China’s Uighur minority reveal how the country’s family planning policies, which have long controlled women’s bodies, have been weaponised against them. By Ellen Halliday

A map shows Aksu prefecture in northwest China's Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. Photo: RFA
Oct 2, 2020

Some are sent straight from the camps to the factories, where they work 12 hours a day with only one day free per month.

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