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Chinese prison in Tesco scandal offers ‘re-education’, and served pizza at Christmas, its boss says

“Firstly, it is of their own will,” the head of the Shanghai prison said.
A police officer checks a Uighur man's ID documents in Kashgar, Xinjiang, in March 2017.

From growing a beard to complaining about porn: Here are the flimsy excuses China uses to throw Uighur Muslims into prison camps

China has imprisoned at least one million Uighurs in detention camps and prisons in Xinjiang. The Communist Party sees Uighurs' religion as a threat.

China accuses US of ‘political plot’ to thwart its development after House okays Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act

The legislation paves the way for sanctions against individuals deemed responsible for actions to undermine Hong Kong’s autonomy.
Chinese President Xi Jinping.

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.
President Donald Trump with Chinese President Xi Jinping in Hamburg, Germany, during the plenary session at last year's G20 summit.

After weeks of silence, the White House is renewing its attack on Beijing’s Muslim oppression as US-China trade talks stall

The White House appeared to mute its criticism of China's Communist Party in recent weeks in order to resume trade negotiations with Beijing.

Former US national security adviser Susan Rice trades barbs with Chinese diplomat Zhao Lijian, calls him ‘a racist disgrace’

He responded saying" "To label someone who speak the truth that you don’t want to hear a racist, is disgraceful & disgusting.”
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.