Nearly a dozen Uyghurs repatriated from Malaysia to China are sent to prison for ‘separatism.’
Chinese authorities refuse passports to Uyghurs in defiance of official rules.
Uyghurs must construct public roads for free or face fines.
China sentences three Uyghurs to death and another to life in prison for a terrorist act.
A round of Uyghur arrests in a county in Xinjiang is uncovered after two years.
He says he was unwelcome in Beijing or Xinjiang during a key meeting of China’s Communist Party.
Uyghur Muslims face stricter controls on religion than Hui Muslims.
Authorities in China's Henan province hold several Uyghurs who protested after a man lifted a Muslim girl's veil.
Bloody violence erupts after a Han Chinese lifts the veil of a Muslim Uyghur girl in central China.
Uyghur businessmen fear unequal treatment in compensation for lost goods.
A World Uyghur Congress official labeled a terrorist in China is allowed into the US after more than a decade.
Chinese security personnel are out in force across Xinjiang in preparation for a sensitive meeting of top party lawmakers.
The group says China is seeking to isolate Uyghurs from the international community.
Chinese police raid Uyghur homes and set up roadblocks following armed attacks.
Uyghurs say Nur Bekri is powerless as a leader of China’s Xinjiang region.
An exile group says the new Uyghur-language news portal is a Chinese government propaganda tool.
A Uyghur man drives his motorcycle into a border guard base.
Land is often taken at a low price and resold at greater value to new Chinese owners.
He claims ‘corrupt officials’ in Beijing are trying to bilk him out of his business holdings.
Four Guantanamo Uyghurs resettled in Bermuda are stateless and struggling to make ends meet.
Ten Uyghurs are serving prison sentences for allegedly working against the state through their charity foundation.
Overseas Uyghurs ponder what Xi Jinping's rise will spell for China's far northwest.
But a Uyghur group in exile says the advice is unlikely to work in China.
Prisoners and detainees are unwilling donors for China's profitable trade in human organs.
The Chinese government is suspected of the infected email attack.
Chinese authorities confine a Uyghur widow to her home to avoid 'negative publicity' over her missing son.
China and fellow members of the SCO use counter-terrorism measures to justify rights violations, a rights group says.
China is asked to explain thousands of cases of disappeared Uyghurs.
Family members of an imprisoned Uyghur who fasted in protest say his life is in danger.
Beijing authorities question an outspoken Uyghur professor whose website the state media calls ‘separatist.’