The Holy See admits that “extremely painful situations” are not solved, but claims it is too early to assess the effects of the deal.
New regulations on the Hajj by the State Administration of Religious Affair will come into force on December 1, and impose a stricter control
Qurans are seized and burned in Xinjiang. In desperation, some put them in the Ili River, wrapped in plastic, hoping they will be recovered in Kazakhstan.
39 Countries at the UN Express “Grave Concerns” on Xinjiang, Tibet, Hong Kong—and Refugees from China
A German initiative was also supported by countries that in previous cases kept silent on China, including Italy.
After General Yang Baibing, another symposium celebrates Wang Fang, who as Minister of Public Security shared responsibility for the students’ carnage.
Faithful to Chairman Mao’s teaching “to use the past in service of the present,” the CCP hopes that archeologists, of all people, can solve some of its problems.
Denied its traditional clothing and identity, a Chamic-speaking people in Hainan Island is challenging the CCP with public protests.
Six members of the movement received jail terms up to five years in Ma’anshan City.
The CCP’s policy of eradicating cultural, religious, and linguistic identities is systematic, and derives from Xi Jinping’s reflections on the fall of the Soviet Union.