China

China: Most people in Xinjiang camps have 'returned to society'

Officials say 'most' individuals held in re-education camps in Xinjiang region have left the centres and found jobs.

China: Most people in Xinjiang camps have 'returned to society'

China

Repression stalks China's Uighurs, 10 years after Urumqi riots

Analysts say lack of trust between Uighurs and majority Han Chinese persists a decade after riots that left 200 dead.

Repression stalks China's Uighurs, 10 years after Urumqi riots

China

'Pure fabrications': China on Uighur internment camp conditions

Xinjiang governor says Uighur camps will gradually disappear if there comes a time that 'society does not need' them.

'Pure fabrications': China on Uighur internment camp conditions

China

Australia called to act against Chinese detention of Uighurs

Activists urge the government to help in the release of Australian Uighurs held in China's Xinjiang region.

Australia called to act against Chinese detention of Uighurs

Reporter's Notebook

Exposed: China's surveillance of Muslim Uighurs

As China faces increasing criticism over its treatment of its Muslim population, new details emerge about how Beijing spies on Uighurs at home and abroad.

Uighur

Uninvited guests keep watch for China inside Uighur homes

More than a million local government workers have been deployed to ethnic minorities' homes to monitor their behaviour.

Uninvited guests keep watch for China inside Uighur homes

Asia Pacific

Missing photographer likely arrested in Xinjiang, says wife

Lu Guang's wife says award winning photographer went missing while visiting Xinjiang and appeals for his safe return.

Missing photographer likely arrested in Xinjiang, says wife

China

China vows retaliation if US imposes sanctions over Xinjiang

China's ambassador to the US says Xinjiang camps to 're-educate terrorists' and China being held to 'double standards'.

China vows retaliation if US imposes sanctions over Xinjiang

China

Academics condemn China over Xinjiang camps, urge sanctions

278 scholars from dozens of countries sign letter on Xinjiang, as Uighur woman details torture in the remote region.

Academics condemn China over Xinjiang camps, urge sanctions

AJ IMPACT

China surveillance firms face backlash amid Xinjiang crackdown

Facial recognition and AI are growing businesses for Chinese tech companies with 'nowhere to hide' for civilian targets.

China surveillance firms face backlash amid Xinjiang crackdown

China

Chinese city urges those 'poisoned by extremism' to surrender

Authorities in Xinjiang's Hami city say those who turn themselves in and confess to 'crimes' will be treated leniently.

Chinese city urges those 'poisoned by extremism' to surrender

China

Chinese FM: Ignore 'gossip' over Uighur detention camps

Foreign minister says Xinjiang camps needed to fight 'terrorism' as western nations seek clarification on Uighur camps.

China top diplomat: Ignore 'gossip' over Uighur detention camps

Asia Pacific

China human rights record in spotlight at UN review

Mass detention of ethnic Uighurs in Xinjiang and crackdown on civil liberties among the issues in Geneva meeting.

China human rights record in spotlight at UN review

Reporter's Notebook

China's Xinjiang surveillance 'all pervasive'

The sinister, surreal and absurd for journalists who want to report on what's happening in China's far western region of Xinjiang.

China

Muslim minorities 'mass disappearance' in western China

Academic analysis of China's budget shows major jump in funding for security-related construction in Xinjiang region.

China security spending surges in Xinjiang despite camp denials