They have not been allowed to leave the former hotels in Ghulja for more than a month, sources said.
Observers say authorities are pushing a narrative that they’ve stemmed the outbreak, at the risk of lives.
Memettursun Daim has been held since April 2019, according to reports.
Hidayet Musajan discusses learning that his father, Musajan Ehmet, was sentenced to 20 years in jail.
The popular vocalist was handed 15 years in a secret trial last year, sources said.
A local police officer’s claims bolster reports of similar transfers in other parts of the region.
A Turkey-based Uyghur exile said she believes her younger sister may also have been interned.
Qedriye Ghopur discusses her decision to publicize her mother’s case in online testimonials.
Prisoners of conscience may have been targeted amid ‘extraordinary growth’ of the industry.
The head of a labor watchdog says retailers must take responsibility for their part in forced labor in Xinjiang.
The report accompanies the introduction of a bill that would ban all imports from the region to the US.
Memet Abdulla’s harsh punishment comes despite nearly 40 years of government service.
But both the young woman and the pensioner said to have the disease insist they are not infected.
The inmates are to file lawsuit against alleged officials who beat them up in detention center.
Experts say the designation could be used to bring a case in an international court of law.
Ayturghan Hesenowa fled persecution in China’s Xinjiang Region in 1962 and later achieved fame throughout Central Asia.
Nigare Abdushukur and her mother Merhaba were jailed in late 2018, according to a relative in exile.
The Uyghurs were also told their relatives refused to speak with them, citing acts of ‘separatism.’
An elderly Uyghur with longstanding medical issues says he was mistakenly quarantined for coronavirus.
Members of the exile community say the move shows ‘Uyghur lives don’t matter’ in China.
Authorities won’t deliver Abliz Niyaz medicine, but he fears being re-detained for leaving his home.
Sources say that instead of offering help, officials demand payment in advance to bring them goods.
Uyghurs and rights groups say conditions are ripe for concrete steps over internment camps.
The attack followed threatening phone calls and an approach by a stranger warning her husband to 'keep quiet,' Tursunay Ziyawudun says.
The Chinese nationals had sought asylum citing persecution, but were designated security concerns.
Local officials confirm that one member of a Uyghur family of four in Ghulja is infected.
Asiye Abdulahad says the document shows normal religious practices are landing Uyghurs in detention.
Observers say authorities change the narrative on minorities when it suits their needs.
Reports indicate that dozens of people arriving in Atush are being isolated amid fears of a local outbreak.
They are confined to a hotel believed to be one of two holding people from the virus’s epicenter.