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Deputy Secretary John J. Sullivan Remarks at the Human Rights Crisis...

We will hear first-hand accounts today that separate truth from fiction when it comes to China’s brutal campaign of repression of Uighurs, ethnic Kazakhs, ethnic Kyrgyz, and other Muslim minority groups in Xinjiang.

‘If I disappear’: Chinese students make farewell messages amid crackdowns over...

As the number of missing students ticked up in recent months, those who still had freedom prepared “open letters” to be published in case they were seized.

China released a Uyghur mother to silence her US son –...

Despite meeting with Secretary Pompeo this year, Jawdat said he and other American Uyghurs are losing hope that the State Department can rescue their loved ones and that it is "not doing enough."

A wave of Islamic countries started to stand up to China...

Activists and politicians in places like the US and UN regularly slam China over the crackdown. Beijing continually tells its Western critics to back off, but goes above and beyond to prevent Muslim countries from standing up for Uighurs.

‘I’m being watched’: Anne-Marie Brady, the China critic living in fear...

New Zealand academic says Chinese intimidation tactics she has studied are now being used against her. It’s just gone midday at Canterbury University and Professor...

China human rights: events in 2017

The broad and sustained offensive on human rights that started after President Xi Jinping took power five years ago showed no sign of abating...

Patriotic songs and self-criticism: why China is ‘re-educating’ Muslims in mass...

China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs denies their existence. But extensive reporting by international media and human rights groups indicates upwards of hundreds of thousands of...

‘Your only right is to obey’: lawyer describes torture in China’s...

By Tom Phillips On day one of his detention Xie Yang claims he was shackled to a metal chair and ordered to explain why he...

A generation left behind: Millions of Chinese children abandoned as parents...

By China correspondent Matthew Carney Around 61 million children are left behind in China's rural villages and towns while their parents work in the big...

Charter of Fundamental Rights of the EU

The peoples of Europe, in creating an ever closer union among them, are resolved to share a peaceful future based on common values. Conscious of...