Weekly Brief January 18th

World Uyghur Congress, 18 January 2019 Civil Society and Scholars Call for Release of

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PRESS RELEASE: WUC Deeply Concerned by Mass Arrests of Bitter Winter Reporters

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‘Reeducating’ Xinjiang’s Muslims

The New York Review Of Books, 17 January 2018 By James Millward – In a courtroom

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Repression in China at worst level since Tiananmen Square, HRW warns

Independent, 17 January 2019 By Adam Withnell – China’s assault on individual human rights is

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China’s Uighur abuse augurs poorly for world

The Hill, 17 January 2019 By Lawrence Haas – “There is danger for every one [of

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Cultural Genocide in Xinjiang: How China Targets Uyghur Artists, Academics, and Writers

The Globe Post, 17 January 2019 By Rachel Harris – In 2017, China began to

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Interview: ‘I Recognized Her Straight Away’

Radio Free Asia, 16 January 2019 By Gulchehra Hoja – Kalbinur Tursun is an ethnic Uyghur mother

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A New Dystopian Reality Grips Xinjiang

Bitter Winter, 16 January 2019 By Ruth Ingram – It’s Monday afternoon. The place, Urumqi, the

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