Sources say some held there had been detained in camps for ‘illegal’ audio/video material.
The man’s uncle says he can no longer contact him or his aunt since the video was published online.
Former inmates live with their families, but still undergo indoctrination and self-criticism sessions, sources say.
In addition to the loss of their fertility, many endure what they believe are related conditions.
The Treasury Department targeted the XPCC for implementing policies of persecution in the XUAR.
Abdurehim Gheni discusses two years of efforts to locate his missing relatives in Xinjiang.
Hana Hassan discusses her post on the plight of the Uyghurs that was blocked by a Chinese social media company.
They say to avoid questions over birth control policies and focus on subsidies distributed by the party.
The firm was among scores of global retailers named as selling goods made with forced labor from Xinjiang.
The restrictions follow an announcement of the first infection in the prefectural seat.
The companies were identified by the US Commerce Department as complicit in human rights violations against Uyghurs.
Authorities also confirm the first infection in the regional city of Kashgar.
After confirming 17 infections, authorities ordered businesses closed and residents to remain at home.
Brenda Smith discusses a recent shipment seizure and what products from Xinjiang her agency monitors.
Timothy Grose discusses Beijing’s policy of ‘modernizing’ Uyghur homes.
Observers welcome the move, although they acknowledge that it would largely be symbolic.
The sanctions come days after the US announced a travel ban and asset freeze on top Xinjiang officials.
Memetrusul Hesen describes years of seeking information about his family from exile in Kyrgyzstan.
Rights groups had urged President Donald Trump to utilize the Uyghur Human Rights Policy Act for weeks after it became law.
An expert says Beijing is increasingly desperate to stop him from exposing abuses in the region.
An expert says the White House should publicly define the nature of abuses in the region.
A bipartisan group of Congressmen and Senators call for Magnitsky Act sanctions against those responsible for the policy.
Morgan Ortagus discusses the next phase of the US approach to the persecution of the Uyghurs.
Businesses are warned to be aware of the ‘reputational, economic, and legal risks’ of such ties.
Adrian Zenz says the measures ‘undergird a wider game plan of ethno-racial domination’ in the region.
Uyghur and Tibetan rights groups call for international community to hold Beijing accountable.
A Uyghur who studied abroad questions his decision not to return home amid reports of his father’s detention.
Sam Brownback says a new law ‘requires’ the US to review ways to end rights abuses in Xinjiang.
The president has said he hadn’t done so because he didn’t want to derail earlier trade negotiations with Beijing.
US President Donald Trump has wide discretion to implement the bill he signed into law this week.