‘Absolutely No Mercy’: Leaked files show China’s mass detentions in officials’ own words
The leaked papers consist of 24 documents. They include nearly 200 pages of internal speeches by Xi and other leaders and more than 150 pages of directives and reports on the surveillance and control of the Uighur population in Xinjiang. There are also references to plans to extend restrictions on Islam to other parts of China.
USA restricts 28 Chinese entities for human rights violation in Xinjiang
The US government has blacklisted 28 Chinese entities for alleged hu...
China warns foreign diplomats against supporting Uyghurs
China maintains that it has lodged Uyghurs and others at “campuses” it has set up fo...
US Congress introduces bill to sanction China for excesses against Uyghurs
A bipartisan group of US Congressmen last week introduced a bill seeking sanctions on China over its “human rights abuses” of the Muslim (Uyghurs) population.
China says 13,000 'terrorists' arrested in Xinjiang since 2014
Legal authorities have adopted a policy that "strikes the right balance between compassion and severity", the government said in its white paper.
Tit for tat: After China's Masood Azhar snub, Uyghurs get Indian visa
India has allowed Uyghur activists including World Uyghur Congress's Dolkun Isa to come to India to meet Dalai Lama after Beijing decided to put a "hold" on JeM chief Masood Azhar's terror designation.
Chinese official warns against creeping Islamisation
China is home to roughly 20 million Muslims, many living in the western part of the country, from the Uighurs of Xinjiang who speak a Turkic language to the largely sinified Hui people.
India should teach China democracy: Dolkun Isa
Uyghur activist Dolkun Isa spoke about Islam and exclusion amongst Uyghurs and how democracies are overlooking violations of Uyghur rights.
China adopts first counter-terrorism law
Details of the bill, which was approved by the standing committee of the rubber-stamp legislature the National People's Congress, were not immediately available.
China asks US to respect its domestic concerns
Dismissing US charges that it suppressed dissent of Uyghur Muslims , China asked the US to fully respect its domestic concerns.
US, UK, Canada slam China, Pakistan for persecuting minorities
During the meet on Safety of Religious Minorities here on Thursday, the US, UK and Canada expressed concerns over the increasing, widespread and undue restrictions on religious freedom in the two countries.
View: Pakistan has propagandist options, no substantial ones
What’s most important is that no ground has been left to resume a dialogue with Pakistan. Kashmir can no longer be on the agenda as an outstanding issue.
US plans to blacklist up to five Chinese surveillance companies
Such a move would escalate tensions with China and raises questions about whether the US is going after more of the country’s corporate champions.
View: Is anti-India prejudice hardwired into NYT’s DNA?
Pakistan continually raises the nuclear bogey to attract world attention.
800k to 2 million religious minorities detained in Chinese internment camps: US
Reports suggested that most of those detained were not being charged, and their families had little or no information about their whereabouts.
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