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Human rights violations against Uyghur: US bans cotton imports from China

Human rights violations against Uyghur: US bans cotton imports from China

 United States of America have moved forward with tightening economic pressure on China’s Xinjiang province with yet another regulation. Trump administration has banned cotton imports from a powerful Chinese quasi-military organization. The new set of…

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Big firms including Coca Cola and Nike lobby against the Xinjiang forced labor bill in US Congress

Big firms including Coca Cola and Nike lobby against the Xinjiang forced labor bill in US Congress

Major companies including Nike and Coca Cola are lobbying Congress against the forced labour bill that will ban import of goods that are being made in Xinjiang in China under forced labour. The bill has…

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As China whitewashes its forced labour records, US adopts a new hard-line approach towards it

As China whitewashes its forced labour records, US adopts a new hard-line approach towards it

Recent investigations carried out by various private audit companies, human rights groups and investigative agencies exposed how China has been whitewashing the forced labour of Uyghurs in Xinjiang region. Chinese Communist Party controls every bit…

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US Secretary of State Pompeo appeals Pope Francis to call out human rights violations in China

US Secretary of State Pompeo appeals Pope Francis to call out human rights violations in China

On Wednesday US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo appealed to Vatican to call out China for its continued practice of human rights violations in Xinjiang province and abuse of religious freedom by attacking Uyghur Muslim…

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Tower Hamlet councilors express concern over the moving of the Chinese Embassy in the UK

Tower Hamlet councilors express concern over the moving of the Chinese Embassy in the UK

China is intending to move its Embassy from London’s West End to a place right opposite the Tower of London, which is confronting opposition by Liberal Democrat and Conservative councilors in the area. As indicated…

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Activists call for ending Uighur forced labour, ask clothing brands to cut ties with suppliers in Xinjiang

Activists call for ending Uighur forced labour, ask clothing brands to cut ties with suppliers in Xinjiang

An international coalition of human and labour rights activists and advocates is urging major clothing brands to divest from suppliers in Xinjiang area in China, where millions of Uighur minority people are forced into labour…

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China’s envoy to the UK Denies claims of Human Rights Violation of Uighur Muslims

China’s envoy to the UK Denies claims of Human Rights Violation of Uighur Muslims

Britain’s Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has blamed Beijing for “gross and offensive” human rights violations against its Uyghur people in China’s region of Xinjiang. China’s envoy to the UK Liu Xiaoming straightly denied claims human…

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UN  Human Rights experts voice concern about China’s record

UN Human Rights experts voice concern about China’s record

A large number of independent UN Human Rights experts yesterday appealed to the international community to undertake measures to monitor China and act together and in a decisive way to compel the government to respect…

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Documents Disclosed Show Violation Of Human Rights In Xinjiang

Documents Disclosed Show Violation Of Human Rights In Xinjiang

The well known media agency has come across important documentation that indicates that Chinese have actually violated the human rights of ethnic minority Muslims. Certain spreadsheets were discovered that showed specific data recorded about the…

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German report exposes China’s human rights violations in Xinjiang.

German report exposes China’s human rights violations in Xinjiang.

A confidential document prepared by the German Foreign Ministry concluded that the human rights situation in northwest China’s Xinjiang region is witnessing a “significant deterioration”, warning that the Uighurs who were deported to China may…

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