Not only do Church of Almighty God members face inhuman persecution at home. For those hoping to find safety abroad, refugee status is hindered by the virus.
Although the Nepalese government resisted pressures to deport back to China the refugees who are already in Nepal, it will deport those of them who will enter Nepal in the future. by Massimo Introvigne In October, Bitter Winter reported how President Xi Jinping’s visit to Nepal had failed to persuade the authorities of the Himalayan […]
While two organizations compete for the heritage and the name of Atajurt, some results, although not definitive, give reason for hope.
The case of Kaisha Akan is a victory for freedom and for those who support the cause of asylum seekers escaping detention in Xinjiang’s camps.
Bitter Winter reported on the case of two ethnic Kazakhs who escaped the transformation through education camps. Some brave European politicians, led by Lithuanian MP Mantas Adomėnas, now speak up in their favor.
Two ethnic Kazakhs escaped detention and torture in China and entered Kazakhstan, but they risk being sent back there, says their lawyer Lyazzat Akhatova
A British researcher meets with refugees who escaped China and now live in England (second in a series of two articles).
A conference in Milan’s Town Hall highlights religious persecution in China and the problems encountered by refugees.
The Chinese President reacted angrily after the Himalayan kingdom refused to sign an extradition treaty aimed at deporting Tibetan refugees back to China.