Kazakhstan, China hold talks on fate of diaspora in Xinjiang

Eurasianetg, 13 November 2018 By Eurasianetg – Kazakhstan’s top diplomat met last week with Continue Reading →

China’s mass incarceration of Muslims cannot be left unchallenged

The Guardian, 13 November 2018 By Timothy Grose – More than 12 million Muslims have effectively

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Investigation: Uyghur Poet Detained for Editing Problematic Book

Radio Free Asia, 13 November 2018 By Shohret Hoshur – A prominent Uyghur poet has

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U.N. Rights Officials Criticize China Over Muslim Internments

The New York Times, 13 November 2018 By Nick Cumming-Bruce – United Nations human rights officials

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New bill aims to expose China’s treatment of Muslims

Politico, 13 November 2018 By Nahal Toosi – A bipartisan group of lawmakers plans to introduce Continue Reading →

Xinjiang: Life During a People’s War on Terror

The Diplomat, 12 November 2018 By Ruth Ingram – The whistle bursts came loud and furious.

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Families Of The Disappeared: A Search For Loved Ones Held In China’s Xinjiang Region

National Public Radio, 12 November 2018 By Rob Schmitz – A tiny office in the heart

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German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas calls for China transparency over Uighur Muslims

Deutsche Welle, 12 November 2018 By DW –German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas began his visit

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