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Mosques disappear as China strives to ‘build a beautiful Xinjiang’

Officials from Xinjiang and Beijing told reporters in Beijing that no religious sites had been forcibly destroyed or restricted

US ‘deeply disturbed’ by reports of systematic rape of Muslims in...

These atrocities shock the conscience and must be met with serious consequences, State Department spokeswoman says

US commission says China possibly committed ‘genocide’ against Muslims

US genocide declaration would mean countries would have to think hard about allowing companies to do business with Xinjiang

SPOTLIGHT: Uyghurs staring at specter of genocide

One of the worst cases of inhumanity in recent history is now occurring in China’s Xinjiang

Hospitals in China’s Xinjiang region allegedly forced to abort Uyghur babies

Newborns were also killed after inducing labor, says obstetrician who worked in several Xinjiang hospitals

Jehovah’s Witnesses sentenced to prison in China’s Xinjiang

They were accused of ‘spreading superstition and heresy’ and preventing people from joining Communist Party organizations

Underground Christian sect members meet torturous fate in Xinjiang camps

Extreme abuse employed to force detainees to give up their faith

‘Betrayed’ by Tiananmen lies: The awakening of Vicky Xu

From 'dutiful child of China' to intrepid investigative journalist, Xu has made it her mission to expose the sins of her homeland

Uyghurs reportedly forced to make Lacoste gloves

Firm said it halted shipments of unethically manufactured product

Forced Uyghur labor employed amid coronavirus shut downs

At least 83 global brands allegedly benefit from abusive practice

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