By Humeyra Pamuk and Michael Martina
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States is “deeply concerned” that China will restrict access on a visit by U.N. human rights chief Michelle Bachelet, the State Department said on Friday, while also criticizing Bachelet for “silence” in the face of what it said were atrocities in China’s western Xinjiang region. Continue reading “US State Department slams China’s CCP, U.N. rights chief, ahead of Xinjiang visit”
New documents show that the ‘poverty alleviation’ scheme aims to thin out minority populations.
Labor transfers within the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR) and to other parts of China meet the definition of forced labor and could be classified as crimes against humanity in an international court of law, according to a new report by German researcher Adrian Zenz. Continue reading “China – CCP Xinjiang Labor Transfer Scheme Constitutes Crimes Against Humanity”