The officials said the information was evidence of bad character, in an effort to invalidate the women’s accounts of abuse in Xinjiang.
The footage and messages offer a terrifying glimpse into the allegedly unsanitary and inhumane conditions inside China’s so-called “re-education centers.”
In an excerpt of his new book, the former national security advisor details the president's complicated relationship with the Chinese leader Xi Jinping.
The information offers the fullest view yet into how Chinese officials decided who to put into and let out of detention camps.
The Chinese government’s “ethnic genocide” against the Muslim Uighur population is disqualifying, according to Emgage.
Documents obtained by The New York Times show how China has directed officials to handle the mass detention of Uighur Muslims.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers has urged the Trump administration to hold Beijing "accountable" for their alleged persecution of Uighurs.
An official government report laid out its aims to assimilate Muslim ethnic minorities and root out extremism.
The U.S. finally wants to pressure China to close the camps. Its allies have other ideas.
Regular citizens, reporters and rights groups adapted to get the truth out about China's treatment of Uighur Muslims.