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A young Chinese man holds up a sign that says "We no longer trust dirty public servants. We trust Mr. Democracy" during an occupation of Tiananmen Square in Beijing in 1989. The exact date on which this was taken is not known.

China says Mike Pompeo will end up on ‘the ash heap of history’ for marking the 30th anniversary of Tiananmen Square, which Beijing is des...

Chinese troops cleared a pro-democracy protest in Beijing with brutal violence on June 4, 1989. China is trying to erase that memory from history.
Before and after satellite images of Kargilik Mosque in Xinjiang.

Before-and-after photos show how China is destroying historical sites to monitor and intimidate its Muslim minority

China is waging and unprecedented crackdown on a Muslim minority called the Uighurs, who live in the country's western frontier region.
A composite image of Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and Chinese President Xi Jinping.

Microsoft accused of being ‘complicit’ in persecution of 1 million Muslims after helping China develop sinister AI capabilities

Microsoft researchers produced three research papers on AI and facial analysis with a Chinese military-run university last year.
Ethnic Uighur men at a teahouse in Xinjiang in July 2017. China is waging an unprecedented crackdown on Uighurs in Xinjiang.

US residents are reportedly detained in China’s prison-like detention camps for Muslims, where people have to pledge allegiance to Xi Jinping to...

US politicians are speaking out against Beijing's crackdown on the Uighurs, a majority-Muslim ethnic minority living in the Xinjiang, western China.

‘No meaningful action’: Members of Congress slam Trump administration for ignoring China bio-tracking and locking up its Muslim minority

Chinese authorities were recently found using US technology to take millions of Muslim Uighurs' DNA under the guise of free health tests.
A protester wears a mask painted with Xinjiang or East Turkestan's flag and tears of blood in Brussels, Belgium, in April 2018.

A wall of silence around China’s oppression of its Muslim minority is starting to crumble

More and more countries are standing up to China over its oppression of the Uighurs, a majority-Muslim ethnic minority living in the country's west.
A map showing some Belt and Road Initiative land routes that run through China's Xinjiang.

This map shows a trillion-dollar reason why China is oppressing more than a million Muslims

Beijing is persecuting the Uighur people of Xinjiang, which is located by many of routes along Xi Jinping's ambitious Belt and Road Initiative.
Uighurs living in western China aren't allowed to communicate with people outside the country, even if they're family. Bahram Sintash (left) and Rushan Abbas (right), two Uighurs who are American citizens, say they can't contact their relatives.

Relatives of China’s oppressed Muslim minority are getting blocked online by their own family members, who are terrified to even tell them how b...

In Xinjiang, communicating with people outside the country is deemed and offense. INSIDER spoke to Uighurs abroad whose relatives are missing.
Uighur men pray before a meal during the Corban Festival, also known as Eid al-Adha, in Turpan, Xinjiang, in September 2016.

The mystery of a Muslim poet who may or may not be dead in a Chinese detention camp is at the center of a diplomatic crisis between China and Turkey

Turkey said Abdurehim Heyit had died in a Chinese detention camp for Uighur Muslims. Then Beijing published a tape appearing to show Heyit was alive.
This composite image shows four-year-old son Abduleziz Tohti, (left) and his father Abdurahman Tohti (right). Tohti lost contact with his family in August 2016 after they visited Xinjiang, one of the most surveilled places on earth. He suddenly found Abduleziz in a video inside what looked like a state orphanage in January 2019.

This man’s family vanished in China’s most oppressed region. Last month he saw his son for the first time in 2 years, in a Chinese propaga...

Abdurahman Tohti hasn't seen his family since they got on a plane to Xinjiang, a region where China is harshly cracking down on the Uighur minority.