A police officer recounts his work as a guard at a Xinjiang ‘political re-education camp.’
The Kazakh husband of a Uyghur Chinese national details her detention by authorities in Xinjiang.
Reports suggest hundreds of thousands could be moved in and out of the region in coming weeks.
The owners had perceived ties to a Uyghur education fund and are related to a prominent Muslim scholar.
Sources say Qeyser Qeyum leapt from his office window after learning of his impending arrest.
A ‘political study’ film confirms the sentence for Halmurat Ghopur, who was detained last year.
Two Uyghurs say Chinese authorities are forcing businessmen in Russia to return home, where they are routinely detained.
An official says she is one of seven or eight people from Jam Bazar to have died in the camps.
A family friend details the arrests of Muhammad Salih’s relatives in the months since his death in custody.
Azat Sultan was targeted for preaching ‘separatist ideas’ at the school, a former colleague said.
A Uyghur exile in Turkey details the detention of his children and other family members back home.
Nur Bekri, head of China's National Energy Administration, had served for seven years as chairman of the Xinjiang region.
Rushengul Tashmuhemmet is released on Wednesday and reunites with her husband and sons in Istanbul.
The four may be detained in the region’s network of political ‘re-education camps.’
The five are the first to be identified from among dozens of the school’s teachers believed detained.
Rushengul Tashmuhemmet is held by immigration for an unspecified ‘problem’ with her passport.
The husband and mother of a Uyghur woman held in a political ‘re-education camp’ appeal for help in freeing her.
Thousands are held in Hotan prefecture's Keriye county alone, sources say.
World Uyghur Congress officials welcome US sanctions talk and other signs of support for Uyghurs facing harsh repression under Chinese rule.
Reports by local officials contradict a statement by a Chinese diplomat who says the region has more mosques per capita than other nations.
A Uyghur living in Turkey discusses the arrests of more than a dozen of his relatives in Xinjiang.
The four are accused of publishing ‘two-faced’ articles in the paper’s Uyghur language section.
Meanwhile, authorities in a nearby county are specifically targeting state employees for detention.
They say ethnic Uyghurs and other Muslim minorities in the region are facing a ‘human rights crisis.’
Around 22,000 people are held in three camps in Toqsun township, a police station employee says.
His death highlights how mass detentions in the region have left children to fend for themselves.
The man’s brother says he was targeted for holding on to assets after the fund’s forced closure.
His tenants have been told to go back to Xinjiang, where authorities will be told of their 'situation," a police source says.
Panel members question a Chinese delegation over mass detentions and religious restrictions.
The detainees are held in three well-fortified facilities on the outskirts of the county seat.