China’s Foreign Ministry denounced the sanctions as “based on nothing but lies and disinformation.”
The officials said the information was evidence of bad character, in an effort to invalidate the women’s accounts of abuse in Xinjiang.
China is shifting from detaining Uighurs in makeshift public buildings to constructing permanent mass detention facilities, the Australian Strategic Policy Institute alleges.
Connections with Xinjiang have proven to be the latest in a series of headaches embroiling the live-action version of "Mulan."
The footage and messages offer a terrifying glimpse into the allegedly unsanitary and inhumane conditions inside China’s so-called “re-education centers.”
China is trying to slash birth rates among its Muslim population, even as it encourages some of the country's Han majority to have more children.
The country has been heavily criticized for its program of detaining Uighur Muslims and other ethnic minorities in "reeducation" camps.
The information offers the fullest view yet into how Chinese officials decided who to put into and let out of detention camps.
The bill requires the U.S. president to condemn abuses against Muslims and call for the closure of mass detention camps in the northwestern region of Xinjiang.
The classified documents lay out the Chinese government’s deliberate strategy to lock up ethnic minorities even before they commit a crime.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers has urged the Trump administration to hold Beijing "accountable" for their alleged persecution of Uighurs.
Chinese authorities are forcing some detained Uighurs and Kazakhs to work in factories, the AP reports.
An official government report laid out its aims to assimilate Muslim ethnic minorities and root out extremism.
“It’s like my kids are in jail. My four children are separated from me and living like orphans.”
Ethnic Uighurs are being rounded up and held in massive prisonlike camps. Here’s what you need to know.
Banned names include Islam, Quran, Mecca, Jihad, Imam, Saddam, Hajj, Medina and Arafat.
*** As with many native peoples, the Uighurs are being steadily disenfranchised. Their land is being taken, their language
President Obama welcomed the release as "long overdue." In 2015, the Nobel Prize laureate led the National League for Democracy
China's foreign ministry said on Saturday that Gauthier could no longer work in China because she did not make a public apology for an article she wrote.