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Passengers who just arrived on a train from Wuhan, China, being screened for coronavirus in Beijing.

The Wuhan coronavirus has hit Xinjiang, where China has imprisoned at least 1 million Uighur Muslims. Its filthy detention camps will make inmates sit...

At least 1 million Uighur Muslims are held in hundreds of camps in Xinjiang. Squalid conditions make them an easy target for the Wuhan coronavirus.
A Chinese flag behind razor wire in Yangisar in China's western Xinjiang region in 2019.

China’s latest move in its Uighur crackdown is forcing Muslims to redecorate their homes to make them look more Chinese

The US estimates China has up to three million Uighur people in internment camps camps, where those who left speak of torture and medical experiments.
This photo taken on June 2, 2019 shows a Uighur woman beside a propaganda painting showing soldiers meeting with a Uighur family, outside a military hospital near Kashgar in China's northwest Xinjiang region.

‘This is mass rape’: Uighur activist condemns program said to pay Chinese men to sleep with Uighur women to promote ‘ethnic unity...

A Uighur activist has spoken out against China's controversial program in which Han Chinese men are sent to live with Uighur women in Xinjiang.
An anti-extradition protester waves a black flag on a street outside the Legislative Council Complex ahead of the annual flag raising ceremony of 22nd anniversary of the city's handover from Britain to China on July 1, 2019 in Hong Kong, China. Pro-democracy demonstrators in Hong Kong have organized rallies over the past weeks, calling for the withdrawal of a controversial extradition bill, the resignation of the territory's chief executive Carrie Lam, an investigation into police brutality, and drop riot charges against peaceful protesters.

CNN coverage of Democratic debate ‘goes to black’ in Beijing when Hong Kong and Xinjiang were discussed

China is known for its strict censorship and crackdown on media that references its human rights abuses.
Stability is a blessing, Instability is a calamity, Yarkand, Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region, China on September 20, 2012 in Yarkand, China.

China insists that a star Premier League player who criticized China’s crackdown on Muslims was ‘blinded by fake news’ and invites h...

Mesut Ozil sparked fury in China last week after slamming the country's government for its detention of millions of ethnic Muslims in Xinjiang.

China’s next gambit to save its economy will export dystopia worldwide

Xinjiang has become China's testing ground for a suite of dystopian surveillance technology, and the country's plan is to export it.
A demonstrator wears a mask painted with the colors of the flag of East Turkestan, home to millions of Uighur Muslims under surveillance by the Chinese government.

Mysterious automated calls, vanished relatives, and sinister Facebook comments: How China intimidates Uighurs who don’t even live in the country...

Though China's brutal campaign is most active in Xinjiang, many Uighurs living abroad say they've been targeted by Chinese agents.
A police officer watches over a street in the old town of Kashgar, Xinjiang, in June 2017.

China claims all Uighur Muslims have happily ‘graduated’ from its oppressive prison camp system, despite widespread reports that at least ...

Xinjiang governor Shohrat Zakir claimed that everyone had "graduated" from "vocational training camps," found employment, and are leading happy lives.
A Uighur woman holds her child in a shop in Kashgar, Xinjiang, in June 2017. The region, also known as East Turkestan, has been described as a "21st-century police state."

A Uighur Dutch woman admitted to leaking secret Chinese cables on Muslim oppression. She’s going public to stop China’s death threats.

Asiye Abdulaheb told the Dutch De Volkskrant newspaper that she had a role in disseminating the explosive internal documents on Xinjiang.