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Websites that steal iPhone data are reportedly targeting Uighur Muslims

It is not certain that the sites targeted Android users, even though Forbes sources said that Android and Windows users were also under the crosshairs. China has used a number of tactics to compromise mobile phones and fight Uighur Muslims. Border guards reportedly installed surveillance apps on the Android phones of tourists entering the Xinjiang region. You can not do …

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Abdurehim Heyit Chinese video 'disproves Uighur musician's death'

Image copyright CRI Image caption Mr Heyit                  Uighur musician has previously reported that he has died in a detention camp The video, dated 10 February, features a man said to be Abdurehim Heyit good health " Turkey earlier called on China to close the camps following reports of his death. Some Uighurs have questioned the video's authenticity. Nury Turkel, …

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Uighur woman says she was tortured in the Chinese detention center

A member of the Chinese Uighur minority told reporters on Monday in Washington their story of torture in Chinese detention centers, the Associated Press reports. 29-year-old Mihrigul Tursun claimed that she had been detained three times just because she was a member of the ethnic group whose relatives are mainly Muslim. She said she had been imprisoned for three months …

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China Xinjiang okay. Uighur re-education camps in new law

Chinese regional authorities have legally formalized the existence of re-education centers for the country's persecuted Muslim Uighur ethnic minority after Beijing denied that such camps existed. Officials in Xinjiang, the western Chinese region where 11 million Uighurs live, revised a local law to encourage "re-education institutions" to help those "affected by extremism." The new law, which was published on Tuesday, …

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China's Uighur Camps swell as Beijing widened the Dragnet

China has extended a detention program originally aimed at ethnic Uighur extremists, but now limits large parts of the predominantly Muslim minority, including the secular, old and sick, to camps in the northwest of the country. Up to one million people, or about 7% of the Muslim population in China's Xinjiang region, are now imprisoned in a growing network of …

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