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China Invites Waves of Diplomats to Visit, Seeking to Head Off Xinjiang Backlash

China’s Rights Activists Face Torture, Detention, ‘Disappearance’: Report

Biotech Giant Thermo Fisher Stops Selling DNA Sequencers in Repressive Chinese Region

China borrows from totalitarian playbook with Xinjiang camps

MBS should stand with the Uighurs in China

British Muslims Rally to the Uyghur Cause

Australian diplomats called on to help Uyghur family, wife and child stuck in China

Uyghurs in America Aim To Keep Language Alive

Uighur Australian’s plea to ‘save’ his family in China

China Uses DNA to Track Its People, With the Help of American Expertise

China Allows Cuban, Venezuelan Diplomats to Tour Muslim Internment Camps

China’s mass surveillance of Uyghur Muslims in Xinjiang province revealed in data security flaw

Berlin: Uyghur Drama ‘A First Farewell’ Wins Best Film in Generation Kplus Section

‘Show Me That My Father Is Alive.’ China Faces Torrent of Online Pleas

The forgotten Canadian languishing in a Chinese jail

Xinjiang: Identities on Borrowed Time

U.S. mercenary group linked to UAE agrees to deal with China to run anti-Muslim detention camps

Turkey risks angering China by criticising treatment of Uighur Muslims

Uyghur activist who sparked Chinese-student protest at McMaster worried about message targeting her son

Muslim leaders in Europe discuss plight of Uighurs

Turkish-Chinese Tensions Escalate Over Uighurs

‘Patriot Act With Hasan Minhaj’ Highlights China’s #MeToo Movement, Online Censorship, And Uyghur Repression

#MeTooUyghur trending globally as families demand proof of life videos

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