Turkey arrests Chinese nationals suspected of surveilling Uyghurs

The arrests signal Beijing’s waning influence on Istanbul, experts said.

Thai judge accepts Uyghur bomb suspects request for Halal food

Lawyer for Adem Karadag, Yusufu Mieraili says 2025 verdict possible in deadly attack at Erawan Shrine.

For Uyghur family, a legacy of rootlessness

The Muhammads fled China and war-torn Afghanistan. Decades later, they may be on the move again.

Uyghur Policy Act passes US House

The bill has failed to become law in past sessions of Congress, but heads to Senate after passing the House 414-6.

Uyghur activist disrupts Chinese event in the Netherlands

Rights groups condemn the event as propaganda for showing Han Chinese dancers in traditional Uyghur attire.

Volkswagen reviews Xinjiang operations as abuse pressure mounts

New evidence directly implicates the auto giant in Uyghur forced labor use, aiding surveillance, indoctrination.

China’s rights record under fire at United Nations

Uyghur Tales of Survival - Episode 6: Sowing Seeds of Hope