Sayarra Nijat, a doctor who had worked at the Urumqi Friendship Hospital for three years following her graduation from medical school, was detained in May On Sept. Information about the situation in the XUAR, where authorities are believed to have held up to 1. Nadira noted that the families of detainees in the XUAR are in some cases able to see them, speak with them via video chat, or talk to them on the phone once a month.
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ICC asks for more evidence on Uighur genocide claims
On the evening of March 1, , several knife-wielding men and at least one woman killed 33 and injured more than in the train station in the southwestern city of Kunming. People asked how I look at the Kunming incident. The issue lies not in the incident itself but beyond it, and it has been long in the making. I offer the following excerpts from the book to serve as my answer:. It is only a new territory for the occupiers.
These are just a fraction of the missing Uighurs in China; the Muslim minority group which the authorities accuse of terrorism, writes Alex Crawford. Whole families are unaccounted for and thought to be in "education" camps somewhere in China. There's no explanation. There's no redress. Their relatives are powerless and the heartache is achingly obvious.