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Chinese human rights lawyer jailed for ‘subversion’

Prominent Chinese human rights lawyer Wang Quanzhang was sentenced on Monday to four and a half years in prison for state subversion, sealing the...

U.S. Senate revives bill that could sanction China over treatment of...

U.S. lawmakers revived a bill Thursday that could pave the way for sanctions against China over its mass internment of Muslim ethnic...

Prominent Chinese human rights lawyer Wang Quanzhang on trial in closed...

One of China's most prominent human rights lawyers, Wang Quanzhang, has been put on trial in a closed court three-and-a-half years after...

China Applies Xinjiang’s Policing Lessons to Other Muslim Areas

China’s draconian policing of Muslims in its western region of Xinjiang is being replicated in other parts of the country, particularly in areas with...

China’s first pet cloning agency duplicates famous screen pooch Juice

Juice is a 30-centimetre-tall canine wonder who has starred in dozens of Chinese film and television productions. Key points:

Uighur leaders warn China’s actions could be ‘precursors to genocide’

Uighur leaders have called on democratic governments to confront China over its treatment of ethnic minority Uighur Muslims.

Will Trump Speak Up Against China’s Oppression?

In Argentina, President Trump has a chance to confront Xi Jinping on human rights abuses against the Uighurs. As President Trump prepares to meet his Chinese...

US and Australia call on China to close secret Uighur re-education...

Western countries including the United States and Australia have called on China to stop detaining Uighurs and other Muslims in secret political re-education camps,...

China must stop making a mockery of the rights treaties it...

United Nations Human Rights Council will review China’s record just as human rights in the country are under intensified attack.

China’s Nightmare Homestay-In Xinjiang, unwanted Chinese guests monitor Uighur homes 24/7.

Often, the big brothers and sisters arrived dressed in hiking gear. They appeared in the villages in groups, their backpacks bulging, their luggage crammed...

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