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[video width="1280" height="720" mp4="https://uyghurtribunal.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/x-qfep9kCTx9UK31.mp4"][/video] Sir Geoffrey Nice QC tells Maajid Nawaz that the 'Uyghur tribunal' aims to fill 'a gap of action and information' to allow the international community to act on accusations of genocide against the Chinese Government on the Uyghur population....

Witnesses and experts provided grim testimony about torture, rape, and other human rights violations in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR) at the opening day of a tribunal in London investigating whether China’s treatment of its ethnic Uyghurs and other Turkic Muslims constitutes genocide. Kicking off...

London (AFP) - A panel of UK-based lawyers and rights experts investigating the plight of Uyghurs in China will begin hearing evidence from witnesses on Friday, as Beijing branded it a "machine producing lies". The "Uyghur Tribunal" says its nine jurors will hear first-hand testimony of alleged...

The 42-year-old has been giving evidence to an independent tribunal in London, looking at alleged human rights abuses. Warning: This article contains descriptions of rape from the beginning. A Uighur woman was raped with iron bars and electric rods by Chinese police officers at a Xinjiang camp,...

According to human rights organizations, at least one million Uighurs and other Muslim minorities are held in detention camps in China's Xinjiang region. There they are forced to give up their religion, culture and language and are mistreated. In London, an independent body has now started...

Menschenrechtsorganisationen zufolge sind in der chinesischen Region Xinjiang mindestens eine Million Angehörige der Uiguren und anderer muslimischer Minderheiten in Haftlagern eingesperrt. Dort werden sie demnach zur Aufgabe ihrer Religion, Kultur und Sprache gezwungen und misshandelt. In London hat ein unabhängiges Gremium jetzt mit der Anhörung von...

A series of hearings begins in London on Friday aiming to gather evidence on whether the Chinese government's alleged human rights abuses in the Xinjiang region constitute a genocide. An eight-member panel, chaired by the prominent British barrister Sir Geoffrey Nice, will hear from about 30...

Dozens are giving their accounts to a people’s tribunal in London, which China has dismissed as a ‘clumsy public opinion show’. A London-based people’s tribunal is investigating whether China’s alleged persecution of its Uighur minority amounts to genocide, with witness testimony detailing mass torture, rape and...

A “people’s tribunal” set up to assess whether China’s alleged rights abuses against the Uyghur people constitute genocide has opened in London - Via AP news wire A “people’s tribunal” set up to assess whether China’s alleged rights abuses against the Uyghur people constitute genocide opened...