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The coronavirus pandemic saw Uighurs subjected to a more brutal crackdown in China and risked their plight being forgotten, say human rights activists. Now, they are calling for the rest of the world to help end what they say has become a 'genocide' against the Muslim minority - something China denies.The coronavirus pandemic saw Uighurs subjected to a more brutal crackdown in China and risked their plight being forgotten, say human rights activists. Now,...

As coronavirus distracts the world, Uighur activists call for help to end 'genocide' in China | SBS News

The United States led the world in exposing the "horrific" rights abuses in Xinjiang province of China and imposed sanctions on the Chinese Communist Party's officials, said outgoing US Secretary of State Michael Pompeo.The United States led the world in exposing the "horrific" rights abuses in Xinjiang province of China and imposed sanctions on the Chinese Communist Party's officials, said outgoing US Secretary of State Michael Pompeo.

US Secretary Of State Michael Pompeo: US Led The World In Exposing Horrific Abuses In China's Xinjiang

Foreign secretary calls on Beijing to admit human rights observers to Uighur campsForeign secretary calls on Beijing to admit human rights observers to Uighur camps

‘Mercenary’ for UK lawyer to take case against Hong Kong democracy activists, says Dominic Raab | The Independent

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Taipei: China, most likely, has assumed, and assessed, that the sudden US-Taliban peace agreement and the rapid withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan will be an unfriendly move or more like a trap which may jeopardize China’s security framework in Xinjiang. And that without a professional and comprehensiveTaipei: China, most likely, has assumed, and assessed, that the sudden US-Taliban peace agreement and the rapid withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan will be an unfriendly move or more like a trap which may jeopardize China’s security framework in Xinjiang. And that without a professional and comprehensive

The Uyghur factor: China perceives Afghanistan as a threat - The Sunday Guardian Live

Britain should not engage in free trade with countries that abuse human rights, but proposals that the country's courts should decide whether genocide has been committed by trade partners is flawed, foreign minister Dominic Raab said. Last week, Raab said Britain would introduce new rules for its companies to try to prevent goods linked to China's Xinjiang region entering their supply chains. Some British lawmakers want to go further and are due to consider proposals passed in the upper house of parliament that would give courts the power to stop free-trade agreements with countries if they consider them to have committed genocide.Britain should not engage in free trade with countries that abuse human rights, but proposals that the country's courts should decide whether genocide has been committed by trade partners is flawed, foreign minister Dominic Raab said. Last week, Raab said Britain would introduce new rules for its companies to try to prevent goods linked to China's Xinjiang region entering their supply chains. Some British lawmakers want to go further and are due to consider proposals passed in the upper house of parliament that would give courts the power to stop free-trade agreements with countries if they consider them to have committed genocide.

UK must not do trade deals with rights abusers, foreign minister says

Under Trump administration, the United States spearheaded the campaign against the CCP for its human right abuse in XinjiangUnder Trump administration, the United States spearheaded the campaign against the CCP for its human right abuse in Xinjiang

US led the world in exposing 'horrific' abuses in Xinjiang, says Mike Pompeo | Hindustan Times

Britain’s government on Sunday pressed China to allow UN rights inspectors to visit Xinjiang after raising anew allegations of “appalling” human rights abuses against the Uighur minority people. Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab last week introduced import controls on firms that may have sourced goods from the region in northwest China using forced labour from the mainly Muslim Uighur community. […]

UK demands China grant UN access to Xinjiang over 'appalling' abuses | Hong Kong Free Press HKFP

‘Survivor of the Chinese Gulag’ describes Gulbahar Haitiwaji’s ordeal during a trip to Xinjiang from her home in France.‘Survivor of the Chinese Gulag’ describes Gulbahar Haitiwaji’s ordeal during a trip to Xinjiang from her home in France.

Book by Uyghur Retiree Details Two Grim Years in Xinjiang Internment Camp — Radio Free Asia

Chinese technology company Huawei is backtracking on a patent application it filed for a facial recognition system intended to identify Uyghurs from other Chinese ethnicities.Chinese technology company Huawei is backtracking on a patent application it filed for a facial recognition system intended to identify Uyghurs from other Chinese ethnicities.

China's Huawei backtracks after filing for patent to identify Uyghur faces | CTV News

Chinese Tech Giants have registered patents for tools that can identify, track, and monitor China’s Uighur Muslims. Human ...Chinese Tech Giants have registered patents for tools that can identify, track, and monitor China’s Uighur Muslims. Human ...

Chinese Tech Giants Patent Tools to ID Uyghurs

The United Kingdom and Canada made coordinated announcements this week to help prevent British and Canadian businesses from being complicit in, or profiting from, human rights violations in China’s Xinjiang region.

UK Lags Behind Tackling Forced Labor in Xinjiang | Human Rights Watch

Proposals that Britain's courts decide whether genocide has been committed by trade partners is flawed, Dominic Raab said.. Read more at straitstimes.com.Europe News -Proposals that Britain's courts decide whether genocide has been committed by trade partners is flawed, Dominic Raab said.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

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The Trump administration on Wednesday announced a ban on imports of cotton and tomatoes from the Xinjiang area of China, where the government is detaining more…The Trump administration on Wednesday announced a ban on imports of cotton and tomatoes from the Xinjiang area of China, where the government is detaining more than a million Muslim Uighurs in…

U.S. Bans Cotton, Tomato Products Made by Uighurs in China - American Greatness

The US this week stepped up its efforts to crack down on forced labour in supply chains with a sweeping regional ban on the import of cotton products from China's Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR). The move looks set to accelerate the industry sourcing shift away from China - could prompt a surge in the adoption of alternative fibres - just-style has been told. related to Apparel, Fibres & fabrics, Manufacturing, Social & environmental responsibility, Sourcing, Trade, The US this week stepped up its efforts to crack down on forced labour in supply chains with a sweeping regional ban on the import of cotton products from China's Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR). The move looks set to accelerate the industry sourcing shift away from China - could prompt a surge in the adoption of alternative fibres - just-style has been told.

What the US ban on Xinjiang cotton means for apparel | Apparel Industry Analysis | just-style

'Chinese government intentionally working to destroy Uighur, other minority families, religious adherence,' report says - Anadolu Agency'Chinese government intentionally working to destroy Uighur, other minority families, religious adherence,' report says - Anadolu Agency

US says China committed 'possibly genocide' in Xinjiang

Since East Turkistan (the original name of Xinjiang) was occupied by China in 1949, the Uyghur ethnic group has suffered constant oppression from the Chinese Communist government.

Scholars need to speak out to defend Uyghurs | New Straits Times

Afghanistan reportedly deported ten Chinese nationals last week initially accused of engaging in terrorist activity.Afghanistan reportedly deported ten Chinese nationals last week initially accused of engaging in terrorist activity.

Report: Afghanistan Frees Chinese Caught Building Fake Terror Cell

Twitter has come under fire recently for refusing to ban the Chinese government for lying about not employing forced labor in the Xinjiang province.Twitter has come under fire recently for refusing to ban the Chinese government for lying about not employing forced labor in the Xinjiang province.

Why Doesn't Twitter Ban the Chinese Government

Just hours after the US banned all cotton and tomato imports from disputed Xinjiang region, China lambasted Washington calling it a “rude interference”.Just hours after the US banned all cotton and tomato imports from disputed Xinjiang region, China lambasted Washington calling it a “rude interference”.

'Rude interference': China opposes US ban on imports, urges to 'immediately withdraw'

China has possibly committed “genocide” in its treatment of Uighurs and other minority Muslims in its western region of Xinjiang, a bipartisan commission of the U.S. Congress said in a report on Thursday.WASHINGTON – China has possibly committed “genocide” in its treatment of Uighurs and other minority Muslims in its western region of Xinjiang, a bipartisan commission of the US Congress said

China possibly committed 'genocide' against Xinjiang Muslims