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Australia vows to keep raising human rights concerns with China despite ambassador’s warning
Xiao Qian implies resumption of dialogue conditional on Australia taking a ‘constructive attitude’ and not ‘trying to smear China’

Daniel Hurst

30, Jan, 2023 @2:00 PM

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World Uyghur Congress loses legal challenge against UK authorities
WUC claimed UK unlawfully failed or refused to investigate cotton imports from Xinjiang

Haroon Siddique Legal affairs correspondent

20, Jan, 2023 @3:38 PM

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Volker Türk: the man charged with protecting the world’s human rights
Mild-mannered, but with a tough message to convey, the new UN high commissioner pledges a return to ‘the basics’ of the Universal Declaration laid down 75 years ago

Lizzy Davies

05, Jan, 2023 @6:30 AM

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Chinese security firm advertises ethnicity recognition technology while facing UK ban
Campaigners concerned that ‘same racist technology used to repress Uyghurs is being marketed in Britain’

Alex Hern UK technology editor

04, Dec, 2022 @5:08 PM

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French regulator called on to withdraw licence allowing CGTN to broadcast from London
Chinese state broadcaster transmits from Chiswick studio despite Ofcom revoking UK licence last year

Daniel Boffey Chief reporter

29, Nov, 2022 @10:33 PM

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Evidence grows of forced labour and slavery in production of solar panels, wind turbines
A ‘certificate of origin’ scheme could counter concerns about renewables supply chains, says Clean Energy Council

Adam Morton Climate and environment editor

28, Nov, 2022 @9:37 PM

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Zero-Covid protests are spreading across China – but a violent crackdown will follow | James McMurray
From Xinjiang to Shanghai and Beijing, protests are creating a rare sense of unity that Xi Jinping cannot afford to allow, says James McMurray of the University of Sussex

James McMurray

28, Nov, 2022 @4:00 PM

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Uyghurs urge Albanese government not to ignore human rights amid diplomatic thaw with China
Prisons in Xinjiang region ‘are not re-education centres … these are death camps’, says delegate

Daniel Hurst Foreign affairs and defence correspondent

24, Nov, 2022 @6:12 AM

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Major funds exposed to companies allegedly engaged in Uyghur repression in China
Report finds stock indexes provided by MSCI include companies using forced labour or constructing surveillance state in Xinjiang

Geneva Abdul

23, Nov, 2022 @6:00 PM

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A symbolic, stabilising step is one thing – but do Australia and China have enough shared interests for progress? | Jennifer Hsu
Anthony Albanese and Xi Jinping’s meeting comes in a world where the geopolitical dynamics have changed too much for a ‘reset’ to occur

Jennifer Hsu

16, Nov, 2022 @2:16 AM

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Failure to investigate UK imports linked to forced Uyghur labour unlawful, court told
World Uyghur Forum brings high court challenge against government agencies over Xinjiang cotton imports

Haroon Siddique Legal affairs correspondent

25, Oct, 2022 @2:57 PM

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China using influencers to whitewash human rights abuses, report finds
Social media videos by people from the Uyghur community are part of a sophisticated propaganda campaign, thinktank says

Helen Davidson in Taipei

20, Oct, 2022 @11:34 AM

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