A large number of Uyghur inmates in Xinjiang's Keriye Prison are forced to work for  12-14 hours a day in vast fields of red dates called jujubes, media reports said. more
Rahile Dawut: US condemns China for handing down life sentence to Uyghur academic

The US State Department has condemned China for handing down a life sentence to Uyghur academic Rahile Dawut.

Rights experts warn against forced separation of Uyghur children in China

Forced separations and language policies for Uyghur and other minority Muslim children at State-run boarding schools in China’s Xinjiang region carry the risk of forced assimilation ...

China using Uyghur woman to spread propaganda among locals in Pakistan: Report

China is trying to use local Uyghurs as a part of its propaganda tool to showcase the happy face of the community among Pakistani people.

Uyghurs to mark Urumqi massacre, demonstrate outside Chinese Embassy in Washington

Members of a non-profit organization, based in the US capital Washington DC, will protest outside the Chinese Embassy in the city to mark Urumqi Massacre.

Chinese atrocities in Xinjiang: Protests erupt across Turkey

Istanbul: Uyghur and Turkish NGOs recently demonstrated in several parts of Turkey on Sunday to protest against the atrocities carried out by Chinese authorities in the Xinjiang region in ...

Uyghur activists demonstrate near Chinese Consulate in Istanbul

Istanbul: Several Uyghur activists demonstrated  near the Chinese Consulate in Istanbul against the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) recently.

50 UN member states condemn China's rights abuses in Xinjiang

Washington: As many as 50 members of the United Nations issued a joint statement where they condemned the Chinese government’s oppression of Uyghurs and other Turkic peoples in Xinj ...

UK govt sued over forced labour import from China's Xinjiang

London: A rights group has claimed in its report that Britain’s government will appear in court at the end of October to answer charges it has failed to block products made with for ...

China using influencers to whitewash human rights abuses, claims report

Beijing: The Chinese government is attempting to use social media influencers from the Xinjiang region, Tibet, and Inner Mongolia to whitewash human rights abuses through an increasingly ...