A damning assessment by the office of the U.N. human rights chief that calls for immediate end to “systems of arbitrary detention” of Muslim minorities ignites Beijing fury.
Officials from around the world renewed calls for an official investigation into the treatment of Uyghurs in China after a leak of confidential government records and chilling photographs taken inside internment camps in Xinjiang.
A new leak of Chinese government records reveals thousands of never-before seen mug shots of Uyghurs and other photos from inside the notorious internment camps, as well as new details of the national mass detention program.
A leading researcher discusses how economic and diplomatic measures against China are playing out for Uyghurs facing mass surveillance and detention.
Diplomatic measures, sanctions, targeting forced labor, calls for investigations and a 2022 Olympics boycott, and other efforts to stop Beijing’s campaign against Uyghurs appear to have little effect.
The rare, coordinated effort has triggered a strong reaction from China, which retaliated with tit-for-tat sanctions against European politicians and scholars.
The WIN WIN Gothenburg Sustainability Award recognized five anti-corruption champions from around the world in its shortlist for the 2021 prize.
In a final move by the Trump administration, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo calls on China to abolish its system of internment camps, forced labor and population control measures against Uighurs.
Researchers uncover new details on how apps and tech companies like Zapya, Huawei and Megvii contribute to China’s surveillance and mass internment program in Xinjiang.
Leaked Chinese government documents published by ICIJ were part of evidence submitted to the International Criminal Court by two Uighur activist groups.
In a debate held in the House of Commons on China’s programs in Xinjiang, some MPs urged the U.K. government to follow the example of the United States.
New reports on the treatment of the Muslim ethnic minority detail an increasing number of detention camps and the destruction of mosques as evidence of forced labor continues to emerge.
China launched a propaganda blitz after media reports exposed mass detention and repression of ethnic minorities in Xinjiang, according to a new report.
Zhu Hailun - one of four officials to be sanctioned - was revealed in the China Cables investigation as the signatory to the sweeping extra-judicial internment and indoctrination plans.
US President Donald Trump authorized sanctions against China over the mass detention of Uighurs — on the same day a former adviser claimed the president cheered the detention camps.
ICIJ's China Cables investigation was awarded top honors at the Society of Professional Journalists’ Dateline Awards in Washington, D.C.
Two U.S. government bodies have imposed new sanctions against Chinese officials and companies, but experts say the rules are being circumvented.
If enacted the bill would give the Trump Administration 180 days to report Chinese officials responsible for mass internment camps and other abuses in Xinjiang
More than 80,000 Uighurs have been sent to work in factories making products for global brands, including Apple and Nike, according to a think tank report.
The leaked “Qaraqash List” shows that ethnic minorities were detained in camps for growing a beard or wearing a veil, or having too many children.
Pressure continues to grow on the Chinese government, with calls for asset freezes and Winter Olympics boycotts over its treatment of ethnic minorities in Xinjiang.
We've learned a lot about China's mass internment camps since the first English reports were published in 2017. But there are still plenty of unanswered questions.
Zumrat Dawut, a Uighur woman who spent time in one of China's detention camps, speaks about her experience on behalf of those still in camps. "Now I have the chance. And I choose to be their voice."
A Uighur woman in the Netherlands has claimed that she was one of the sources of documents used as part of the China Cables investigation.
The US House of Representatives has overwhelmingly passed a bill calling for sanctions on Chinese officials responsible for mass detentions and other human rights abuses against ethnic minorities in Xinjiang.