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Human rights situation in Xinjiang: joint statement
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Human rights situation in Xinjiang: joint statement

      On behalf of 43 countries, the French Permanent Representative to the United Nations gave a cross-regional statement at the UN General Assembly Third Committee. We are particularly concerned about the situation in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. Credible-based reports indicate the existence of a large network of “political re-education” camps where over a million people have been arbitrarily detained.
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      MPs and peers call for review of parliamentary pensions over China investment concerns

      MPs and peers call for review of parliamentary pensions over China investment concerns

      More than 130 MPs and peers have called for an urgent review of their pensions and to halt investments in Chinese companies accused of complicity in human rights violations.
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      Congress Holds New Hearing on Human Rights in Hong Kong and Xinjiang; Lawmakers Seek Speedy Action – Vision Times

      Congress Holds New Hearing on Human Rights in Hong Kong and Xinjiang; Lawmakers Seek Speedy Action – Vision Times

      “Hong Kong democracy activists urged members of the U.S. Congress on Tuesday to pass legislation to combat human rights abuses in the city, rejecting any suggestion that such a move would be inappropriate U.S. involvement in another country’s affairs,” Reuters reported on Oct. 19.
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      Xinjiang’s ‘architecture of repression’ targets Muslim Uighurs

      Australian think tank calls for an investigation in China’s Xinjiang following publication of leaked documents allegedly detailing Uighur repression.
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      CCP infiltrates all countries to target Falun Gong: Exposed by French Military

      CCP infiltrates all countries to target Falun Gong: Exposed by French Military

      A report recently published by the French Military School Strategic Research Institute (IRSEM) has exposed the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP’s) worldwide influence over governments. Any Chinese outside China become a specific target of the CCP. Anyone with a different opinion to the regimes, including dissidents. The main groups targeted are minorities and faith groups, including Falun Gong, Tibetans, Uighurs, and Inner Mongolians.
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      Hong Kong’s Media Under Siege

      Hong Kong’s Media Under Siege

      As the world celebrates journalists, this year’s Nobel Peace Prize recipients, Hong Kong silences the media.
      In today’s Hong Kong, journalists can face life imprisonment for critical reporting; online content is removed at orders of the police; websites are blocked; and the independent journalism needed to inform the public and hold leaders accountable is being replaced with state propaganda.
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      China’s real-life Squid Game is revealed

      China’s real-life Squid Game is revealed

      China’s Communist Party removes hearts, kidneys, livers and corneas from 100,000 dissidents and political prisoners every year, with a government-run ‘kill to order’ organ-trafficking network.
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      Chinese torturers give prisoners electric shocks on their genitals

      Chinese torturers give prisoners electric shocks on their genitals

      A former Chinese police officer, who can be identified only as Jiang, 39, has disclosed how they beat, brutalised and tortured scores of Uighur muslims. Prisoners given electric shocks on their genitals, women's hands slammed on tables until they wept and inmates shackled to a punishment chair for two weeks
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      16 more Hong Kong democratically-elected district councillors ousted over loyalty oaths, as democrats left in the minority

      Beijing attempts another Tiananmen Square massacre erasure

      Pressure from Beijing is evicting the only known major monument on Chinese soil that commemorates the lives of Tiananmen Square victims.
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      16 more Hong Kong democratically-elected district councillors ousted over loyalty oaths, as democrats left in the minority

      16 more Hong Kong democratically-elected district councillors ousted over loyalty oaths, as democrats left in the minority

      The Hong Kong government has disqualified another 16 district councillors from the New Territories following the final oaths of loyalty ceremony.
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      Wave of defections of Chinese officials: ‘Every day someone goes missing’

      Wave of defections of Chinese officials: ‘Every day someone goes missing’

      The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is currently dealing with a nightmare situation where the Chinese, from ordinary citizens to government officials, are fleeing the country.
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      CCP a Threat to Universities: French Senator

      CCP a Threat to Universities: French Senator

      Education is a key part of the Chinese Communist Party’s warfare against foreign countries. A French Senator says the threat is very serious since the government spends much less money on protecting universities` independence than the CCP spends on infiltrating them.
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      Top English private schools put Chinese communists on boards

      Top English private schools put Chinese communists on boards

      Leading English private schools are making tens of millions of pounds from franchises with close ties to the Chinese Communist Party, an investigation by The Times has revealed.
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      European Parliament Push Brussels to ‘Upgrade’ Partnership with Taiwan, Despite Beijing’s Opposition

      European Parliament Push Brussels to ‘Upgrade’ Partnership with Taiwan, Despite Beijing’s Opposition

      The European Union must deepen its ties with democratic ally Taiwan, said lawmakers in a report approved on Oct. 21, despite strong opposition from the Chinese regime. The European Parliament adopted the report, titled the EU-Taiwan Political Relations and Cooperation, by an overwhelming majority in the French city of Strasbourg, with 580 votes in favor, 26 against, and 66 abstentions.
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