Uyghur groups back US call for debate on rights violations in Xinjiang at UN

The organizations hope the move will lead to an investigation into abuse allegations against Uyghurs.

Uyghur convict in Indonesia deported amid fears he was sent to China

Ahmet Bozoglan had been convicted on terrorism charges and was released July 1, a senior police official said.

China, Uyghurs battle for support at UN over Xinjiang rights report

Uyghurs want full UN follow-up on report, while China vows to fight any action.

22 die of starvation in one day under COVID lockdown in Xinjiang’s Ghulja

City officials decline to discuss names and places, but give a range of 20-22 deaths for Sept. 15.

Protesters take aim at Beijing's human rights record on China's National Day

Hong Kongers, Tibetans and Uyghurs burned PRC flags at demonstrations in several U.S. and U.K. cities

Authorities in Xinjiang detain hundreds of villagers protesting COVID lockdowns

The measures have led to starvation in some cases due to a lack of food.

“Brave” Chinese citizen journalist gets rare video of nearly 20 Xinjiang internment camps for Uyghurs