An estimated up to one million predominantly Muslim people are held in internment camps in Xinjiang in northwest China,Families tell Amnesty of their desperation for news on missing loved ones
The crackdown on freedom of expression under Egyptian President Abdelfattah al-Sisi has reached alarming new levels unparalleled in Egypt’s recent history,
Contrary to exaggerated expectations, the Vatican-China agreement has a limited scope—but is described as “the first step in a process”
On recent Turkish Airlines flights, after passengers watch the usual safety video they are also shown a short film lauding the virtues of Istanbul’s gigantic new third airport, expected to open in October.
A composite of 16 buildings, where ethnic handicrafts were manufactured, has now been converted into a “transformation through education” camp in Xinjiang.
Myanmar’s domestic commissions on violence in Rakhine State have all failed to report credibly on atrocities against Rohingya or advance justice,