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Satkhira's Friendship Hospital bags RIBA International Award

Whole structure of Metro Rail becomes visible

Coronavirus claims 15 more lives in 24 hours, daily infection rate stands at 31.98 percent across Bangladesh

Parliament clears Election Commission formation bill

Sonali Sen awarded with PPM

Israel condemns China's Uyghur policy

Jerusalem, July 7: Israel has taken a new stance in protest of the Chinese government's inhumane treatment of the Uighur Muslim minority. Israel recently signed a statement at the 47th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council condemning the forcible detention of Uighurs.

Beijing slammed for death of Uyghur teacher in Xinjiang detention facility

Xinjiang, July 5: The death of an Uyghur teacher at a detention facility in China's Xinjiang region has earned social media attention.

China supplying clothes made by enslaved Uighurs to the world

Dhaka, December 11: The Chinese government is forcing people from the minority Uighur community into labour camps. The products produced by these enslaved Muslim Uighur workers, especially cotton clothes, are being supplied to the world market.

Uyghur repression: Demonstrators protest against China in Vancouver

Vancouver: Friends of Canada-India, along with seven other organizations, staged a protest against China's brutal repression of Uyghurs, concentration camps and for the release of two detained Canadians in China on Saturday.

H&M joins global clamour in ending alleged human rights abuses in China's Xinjiang

Stockholm: Swedish clothing icon H&M has said it will not buy raw materials from China's Xinjiang region as it suspected the use of 'forced labour'.

US State Dept releases webpage highlighting China's atrocities on Uyghurs in Xinjiang

Washignton: The US State Department has released a new webpage that illustrates the Chinese Communist Party's abuses perpetrated against Uyghurs and members of other minority groups in Xinjiang.

Uyghur activist Rushan Abbas protest outside Chinese Embassy in US, demandS release of family detained in Xinjiang

Washington: Uyghur American activist Rushan Abbas recently protested on the second anniversary of her sister’s detention in northwestern China’s Xinjiang province in front of the Chinese Embassy in the United States, media reports said on Sunday.

Uyghurs protest in Washington against Chinese persecution

Washington: Wearing masks, which were decorated with the flag of their native East Turkestan, a group of Uyghur Muslims demonstrated outside of the US Department of State here against their persecution and that of other religious minorities in China on Friday.

China: Public washroom constructed on razed mosque site in Xinjiang

Xinjiang: Showing the mistreatment carried towards religious minorities in China, a public toilet has been erected on the site of a demolished mosque in Atush (in Chinese, Atushi) city, in northwest China’s Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR), media reports said on Tuesday.

Xinjiang is another Bangladesh waiting to happen, says activist Lily Harding

New York: Activist Lily Harding feels that Xinjiang region in China is likely to become another Bangladesh (read get liberation like Bangladesh got in 1971) as the people of the area dread Chinese Communist Party control and yearn for a stable democratic republic.

Xinjiang: US govt imposes sanctions on senior CCP officials over human rights violations

Washington: The United States recently imposed sanctions and visa restrictions against some senior officials of Chinese Communist Party in response to the human rights violations in Xinjiang region of the country.

China fumes, Uighurs rejoice after Trump passes law to punish Chinese crackdown on Uighur Muslims

Beijing/Washington: Cornered worldwide over the Covid-19 fiasco, China is now fuming after yet another setback as the United States passed a legislation to punish the Chinese crackdown on Uighur Muslims, media reports said.

Leaked Chinese document on Uyghur Muslims show people detained for veil, beard or clicking on foreign website

Beijing: A leaked Chinese government document has shown how issues, like growing a beard, wearing a veil or accidentally visiting a foreign website, were among the justifications shown to send Uyghur Muslims to China’s detention camps in Xinjiang province.