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Beijing is persecuting the Uighur people of Xinjiang, which is located by many of routes along Xi Jinping's ambitious Belt and Road Initiative.
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.
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 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.
Pakistan abruptly stopped calling out China’s mass oppression of Muslims. Critics say Beijing bought its silence
Chinese authorities are accused of arbitrarily imprisoning Uighurs in prison-like camps and making them renounce their religion.
US clothing company cuts ties with Chinese factory that reportedly used forced labor to make college sportswear
The Associated Press reported last month that a Chinese clothing factory used cheap or free labor from interned Uighurs.
China rounded up 100 Christians in coordinated raids and banned people from talking about it on social media
Beijing is hugely cracking down on religious groups that refuse to be controlled by the state.
Jailing Muslims, burning Bibles, and forcing monks to wave the national flag: How Xi Jinping is attacking religion in China
The officially atheist Chinese Communist Party disapproves of all kinds of grassroots organizations as they are seen to undermine its grip on power.
Bitter Winter, a magazine that reports on human rights in China, published a series of clips inside a camp in Yingye'er, Xinjiang, on Monday.
The estranged wife and children of Liu Changming, who is accused of bank fraud, have been trapped in China since June, The New York Times reported.