1. US moves to support Australian push to tackle China's 'human and labour rights abuses'  The Guardian
  2. Chinese treatment of Uighur Muslims labelled 'genocide' by Canadian parliament  SBS News
  3. China’s treatment of Uighurs ‘genocide’, say Canadian MPs  The Australian
  4. Canada votes to recognize China’s treatment of Uighur population as genocide  The Guardian
  5. Canada’s parliament says China’s treatment of Uighurs is genocide  Al Jazeera English
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US offers qualified support for Australian bill that would prohibit importation of goods from Xinjiang province and other areas using forced labourUS offers qualified support for Australian bill that would prohibit importation of goods from Xinjiang province and other areas using forced labour

US moves to support Australian push to tackle China's 'human and labour rights abuses' | Australia news | The Guardian

China’s human rights record was condemned at the UN’s top human rights forum, but foreign minister Wang Yi said it was just an excuse to meddle.China’s human rights record was condemned at the UN’s top human rights forum, but foreign minister Wang Yi said it was just an excuse to meddle.

The Chinese Communist Party sees liberal values as a threat to its rule and needs many of them to be suppressed. Its approach? Co-opt, ignore and selectively exploit global institutions.The Chinese Communist Party sees liberal values as a threat to its rule and needs many of them to be suppressed. Its approach? Co-opt, ignore and selectively exploit global institutions.

How China is remaking the world in its vision

How China is remaking the world in its vision

UK Foreign Secretary will say UN needs ‘urgent and unfettered’ access to region where Uighurs have been held in camps.UK Foreign Secretary will say UN needs ‘urgent and unfettered’ access to region where Uighurs have been held in camps.

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The Foreign Secretary used a speech to the UN to demand its investigators are allowed in to Xinjiang province, where the Communist regime has been accused of committing genocide.The Foreign Secretary used a speech to the UN to demand its investigators are allowed in to Xinjiang province, where the Communist regime has been accused of committing genocide.

Dominic Raab accuses China of 'industrial scale' abuses against Uighur Muslims | Daily Mail Online

Despite the shouting, the US and the UK cannot intervene in China’s human rights development. The Chinese public no longer believes what Washington says, but increasingly feels contempt for the US and the UK’s chaos and hypocrisy.

US, UK overdraw human rights against China: Global Times editorial - Global Times

In a speech to the U.N. Human Rights Council, China’s foreign minister gave China’s preferred spin to the concept.In a speech to the U.N. Human Rights Council, China’s foreign minister gave China’s preferred spin to the concept.

Can China Change the Definition of Human Rights? – The Diplomat

Britain's foreign secretary Dominic Raab on Monday denounced torture, forced labour and sterilisations that he said were taking place against Muslim Uighurs on an "industrial scale" in China's Xinjiang region. Activists and U.N. rights experts have said that at least 1 million Muslims are detained in camps in the remote western region. China denies abuses and says its camps provide vocational training and are needed to fight extremism.Britain's foreign secretary Dominic Raab on Monday denounced torture, forced labour and sterilisations that he said were taking place against Muslim Uighurs on an "industrial scale" in China's Xinjiang region. Activists and U.N. rights experts have said that at least 1 million Muslims are detained in camps in the remote western region. China denies abuses and says its camps provide vocational training and are needed to fight extremism.

Britain denounces abuses 'on industrial scale' in China's Xinjiang

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At the U.N. Human Rights Council, Britain denounced reports of abuse in Xinjiang, including torture, forced labour and sterilisation of womenAt the U.N. Human Rights Council, Britain denounced reports of abuse in Xinjiang, including torture, forced labour and sterilisation of women

Britain denounces abuses "on industrial scale" in China's Xinjiang

UK foreign secretary says UN human rights body should live up to its responsibilities.UK foreign secretary says UN human rights body should live up to its responsibilities.

Britain calls for UN response to China’s ‘industrial’ human rights breaches – POLITICO

The UN Human Rights Council is meeting to discuss a range of issues.

China says it puts people first after UK criticism - CGTN

China News: BEIJING: Beijing's treatment of ethnic minorities in Xinjiang and Tibet is a "shining example" of China's human rights progress, Foreign Minister Wang.China News: BEIJING: Beijing's treatment of ethnic minorities in Xinjiang and Tibet is a "shining example" of China's human rights progress, Foreign Minister Wang.

Wang Yi: Xinjiang 'shining example' of China's rights progress; Minister | World News - Times of India

Pro-Beijing lawmaker Regina Ip has called reports of genocide in China’s Xinjiang region “an over-the-top exaggeration” and “too loaded and detached from reality.” Speaking with pro-government businessman Adrian Ho in a video posted onto New People’s Party’s YouTube channel over the weekend, the duo sought to dispel growing international concern over China’s mistreatment of Uighur […]

Hong Kong lawmaker decries labelling of China's Uighur treatment as 'genocide'; UK calls for probe | Hong Kong Free Press HKFP

The Foreign Secretary  called for independent investigators to be given "urgent and unfettered access" to Xinjiang The Foreign Secretary  called for independent investigators to be given "urgent and unfettered access" to Xinjiang

Dominic Raab accuses China of 'industrial scale' human rights abuses

New Zealand has thrown its support behind a call for a United Nations fact-finding mission to investigate human rights abuses in Xinjiang, China.New Zealand has thrown its support behind a call for a United Nations fact-finding mission to investigate human rights abuses in Xinjiang, China.

BEIJING, China (NBC) – The Chinese foreign minister called on the U.S. Monday to lift restrictions on trade while ceasing what Beijing considers unwarranted interference in areas such as Taiwan, Hong Kong, Xinjiang and Tibet. His comments at a foreign ministry forum on U.S.-China relations come as Beijing is pressing the administration of President Joe Biden to drop many of the confrontational measures adopted by his predecessor Donald Trump. Among those is pressure over trade and technology grievances that prompted Donald Trump to hike tariffs on Chinese imports in 2017 and impose bans or other restrictions on Chinese tech companies

China calls on U.S. to lift trade restrictions - KOBI-TV NBC5 / KOTI-TV NBC2

Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab will call on the United Nations Human Rights Council to address systematic human rights violations in these countries.Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab will call on the United Nations Human Rights Council to address systematic human rights violations in these countries.

China said that the country is always committed to protecting and promoting human rightsChina said that the country is always committed to protecting and promoting human rights

China claims Tibet and Xinjiang are ‘shining examples’ of human rights ‘progress’ | The Independent

Britain's foreign secretary addressed a regular session of the intergovernmental body on Monday, where he accused numerous countries of alleged human rights abuses and...Britain's foreign secretary addressed a regular session of the intergovernmental body on Monday, where he accused numerous countries of alleged human rights abuses and...

British FM Raab Calls on UN to Probe China's Alleged Rights Violations in Xinjiang as Tensions Soar - Sputnik International

Washington and Tokyo need a sharp focus in a challenging era.

The United States and Japan Can Reforge Their Alliance Around Human Rights in China

The foreign secretary's turn on the UNHRC microphone is an opportunity to defend human rights, and also defend their definition.The foreign secretary's turn on the UNHRC microphone is an opportunity to defend human rights, and also defend their definition.

Dominic Raab will use 'UN megaphone' to defend and define human rights | World News | Sky News

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U.K. Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab is asking the United Nations to investigate communist China's human rights abuses against the Uighur people.U.K. Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab is asking the United Nations to investigate communist China's human rights abuses against the Uighur people.

UK Calls On United Nations To Probe Communist China's Uighur Camps

Dominic Raab will address the UN Human Rights Council to demand the military step aside in Myanmar and release the country’s leader Aung San Suu… Dominic Raab will address the UN Human Rights Council to demand the military step aside in Myanmar and release the country’s leader Aung San Suu…

Dominic Raab to urge UN Human Rights Council to address violations in Myanmar | HeraldScotland

BEIJING — China's treatment of ethnic minorities in Xinjiang and Tibet was a BEIJING — China's treatment of ethnic minorities in Xinjiang and Tibet was a

Xinjiang a 'shining example' of China's human rights progress: Chinese foreign minister

Britain will on Monday call for the United Nations to be given "urgent and unfettered" access to Xinjiang to investigate reports of abuses in the Chinese region. British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab will also mark Britain's return to the U.N. Human Rights Council as a voting member by condemning the rights record of fellow council members China and Russia and will raise concerns about Myanmar and Belarus, his office said.Britain will on Monday call for the United Nations to be given "urgent and unfettered" access to Xinjiang to investigate reports of abuses in the Chinese region. British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab will also mark Britain's return to the U.N. Human Rights Council as a voting member by condemning the rights record of fellow council members China and Russia and will raise concerns about Myanmar and Belarus, his office said.

Britain to challenge China at U.N. over access to Xinjiang

China denies abusing Uighur Muslims, saying instead it is fighting extremism. China denies abusing Uighur Muslims, saying instead it is fighting extremism.

Britain denounces human rights abuse of Uighurs 'on industrial scale' in China | Newshub

Britain's Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab on Monday denounced torture, forced labor, and sterilizations that he said were taking place agai...Britain's Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab on Monday denounced torture, forced labor, and sterilizations that he said were taking place agai...

Britain denounces abuses 'on industrial scale' in China's Xinjiang | Inquirer News

Britain's foreign secretary Dominic Raab on Monday denounced torture, forced labour and sterilisations that he said were taking place against ...Britain's foreign secretary Dominic Raab on Monday denounced torture, forced labour and sterilisations that he said were taking place against ...

Britain denounces abuses 'on industrial scale' in China's Xinjiang - CNA