China appoints chief of Xinjiang’s Armed Police Force to Hong Kong

Major General Peng Jintang’s appointment may signal an even tougher clampdown there, analysts say.

Retired Uyghur civil servant dies shortly after release from detention

Ghiyasidin Abla spent 3 years in an internment camp for attending a Muslim religious ceremony.

Uyghur woman sentenced to 14 years for teaching Islam, hiding Qurans

Hasiyet Ehmet has not been heard from since her abduction four years ago.

Uyghurs in Turkey file criminal complaint against Chinese for abuses in Xinjiang

Advocates hope case adds pressure on China, but the country’s ties with Turkey may undercut the effort.

Rights groups urge countries to pressure China on human rights before Olympics

The world cannot let China use the games as a ‘sportswashing opportunity,’ says Amnesty International.

Tesla’s new showroom in Xinjiang prompts criticism from human rights activists

The move is ‘not just unethical but unconscionable,’ says Dolkun Isa of the World Uyghur Congress

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

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