Evidence points to a shift to coercive labor from vocational training, according to Adrian Zenz.
Washington is troubled by reports that Beijing has "harassed, imprisoned, or arbitrarily detained" family members of Uyghur activists and survivors of internment camps.
Officials call the sleeping arrangements ‘normal’ and a way to ‘promote ethnic unity.’
The countries slammed mass detentions, restriction of rights, and surveillance measures.
Tursunay Ziyawudun said women endure a special hell in the region’s camp network.
The number is significantly higher than any reported since mass incarcerations began in the region.
Authorities told the man’s family he died of complications from an undiagnosed heart condition.
Sidiqulla Nurmemet had tried to enter Saudi Arabia but was turned away and deported back to Cairo, friends and family say.
The European Parliament calls for the immediate release of the outspoken economist.
But an official says the township has a village with even more people detained.
Nahdlatul Ulama and Muhammadiyah want more evidence about China’s treatment of the minority group.
Himit Kari had openly criticized the policies he enforced at a friend’s gathering early this year.
Sam Brownback says Muslims made aware of the Uyghurs’ plight should press their governments to confront China.
Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom Sam Brownback urges the people of Muslim majority nations to pressure their governments to condemn China’s repression of Uyghurs in Xinjiang.
Forced labor goes unchecked under the guise of ‘vocational training,’ they tell a Washington panel.
Zumuret Dawut says she believes her brother Abdulhelil Dawut was forced to record his statement.
In June, the family had been reported as ‘safe at home’ in Xinjiang following weeks held incommunicado.
The announcement comes a week after Tohti was awarded the Vaclav Havel Human Rights Prize in absentia.
The move will block companies’ access to American components and limit their access to the US market.
Hesenjan Ismail was arrested more than a year ago and had been missing ever since.
Foreign office rebukes U.S. newspaper after it published comments from a diplomat’s report that criticized conditions in Xinjiang.
America’s top diplomat highlights detentions based on ‘the crime of being Muslim.’
Tibetan, Uyghur demonstrators say ethnic minorities and dissidents have suffered for decades, despite economic growth.
The prestigious award recognizes ‘outstanding civil society action in defense of human rights.’
Ablikim Abla was held for three days in the airport in Casablanca while en route to Germany.
Zumuret Dawut had to agree to a forced sterilization in order to be able permitted to leave Xinjiang with her husband and family.
The US Deputy Secretary of State says failing to do so has damaged the body’s reputation.
Australian researcher Nathan Ruser explains how he was able to use satellite imagery to find out when and where in the XUAR a leaked video was taken.
The footage shows blindfolded and bound inmates taken off of a train under heavy guard.
Ilham Tohti’s daughter says China has worsened tensions in Xinjiang by disregarding her father’s advice.