Uyghur Policy Act passes US House

The bill has failed to become law in past sessions of Congress, but heads to Senate after passing the House 414-6.

Volkswagen reviews Xinjiang operations as abuse pressure mounts

New evidence directly implicates the auto giant in Uyghur forced labor use, aiding surveillance, indoctrination.

Live from Kashgar! See the Uyghurs sing and dance

Critics slam China's New Year TV gala for erasing Uyghur culture, not celebrating it.

BASF’s exit from Xinjiang ventures may prompt more to follow

The chemical giant’s move puts pressure on Volkswagen and others, say German lawmakers.

Turkey arrests Chinese nationals suspected of surveilling Uyghurs

The arrests signal Beijing’s waning influence on Istanbul, experts said.

Relatives of China’s political prisoners spend festive season apart

Relatives suffer most from lack of news, yet distract themselves from pain and keep speaking out for loved ones.

China’s rights record under fire at United Nations

Uyghur Tales of Survival - Episode 6: Sowing Seeds of Hope