Chinese Muslims forced into re-education camps

(21 Nov 2018) While thousands of Uighur Muslims across China’s Xinjiang region are forced into re-education camps, China’s fledgling vision for ethnic unity is taking shape in a village where Han Chinese work and live alongside Uighur minorities. (Nov. 21)

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China’s internment camps aim to ‘brainwash’ Muslim minorities

Amnesty International says China’s internment camps are trying to “brainwash” Xinjiang’s Muslim minorities into obeying the Communist Party in political re-education facilities, where guards are equipped with tear gas, Tasers, stun guns and spiked clubs to keep tight control over the “students,” according to government documents.

Kazakh families torn apart in China’s Xinjiang crackdown

When he looks back on his youth in China’s far-west Xinjiang region, Akikat Kaliolla, an ethnic Kazakh, recalls the place’s natural beauty and the big, colourful weddings typical of his majority-Muslim community. But now Emin County where he grew up is a sealed-off pocket in a region experiencing a security crackdown against what Beijing calls separatist elements.

China Sending Muslims to Internment Camps

Chinese authorities in the heavily Muslim region of Xinjiang have ensnared tens, possibly hundreds of thousands of Muslim Chinese _ even foreign citizens _ in mass internment camps. The program aims to rewire the political thinking of detainees. (May 17)

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China Sending Muslims to Internment Camps

Chinese authorities in the heavily Muslim region of Xinjiang have ensnared tens, possibly hundreds of thousands of Muslim Chinese _ even foreign citizens _ in mass internment camps. The program aims to rewire the political thinking of detainees. (May 17)

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VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – August 25, 2014

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The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Donetsk separatists mock Ukraine’s split from Soviet Union by parading prisoners through the city, China executes eight in Xinjiang on terrorism charges, President Obama sends three officials to funeral of Michael Brown, and Mexico inaugurates small federal police force to protect economic sectors.

UKRAINE
Donetsk Rebels ‘Celebrate’ Independence Day
Crowds chanted and booed dozens of prisoners of war, mostly soldiers, as they were paraded through the embattled eastern city.

CHINA
Eight Executed on Terror Charges in Restive Xinjiang
Government has widened its crackdown on extremism in the region, which is home to the country’s predominately Muslim Uyghur minority.

U.S.A.
President Obama Sends Aides to Ferguson Funeral
Several thousand people are expected to attend the service for 18-year-old Michael Brown.

MEXICO
Government Unveils New Security Force
The 5,000-strong force will help protect agriculture, mining and energy sectors from violent drug cartels.
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VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – August, 22 2014

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The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Islamic State releases propaganda video of Yazidi men and boys converting to Islam, Chinese government advises villagers in Xinjiang to fight terrorism with ‘angry stares’, Thai junta chief seizes more power after being picked for prime minister post, and Russia’s closure of McDonald’s restaurants may be more about politics than food safety.

IRAQ
Video Claims to Show Conversion of Yazidis to Islam
Islamic State militants say hundreds of the sect’s members have now saved themselves from the fires of hell.

CHINA
In Xinjiang, Fight Fire With…Frowns
Government tells villagers to use ‘angry stares’ to repel violent attacks.

THAILAND
Coup Leader Seizes More Power
Army General Prayuth Chan-ocha was appointed prime minister by the cabinet he personally hand-picked last month.

RUSSIA
Food Safety or Farce?
Some say widening McDonald’s probe is more about politics than protecting consumers.

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VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – May,23 2014

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Ukraine’s government says at least 14 soldiers were killed in fighting with pro-Russia separatists, Syrian government and opposition forces fight for a suburb of the capital, China sentences nearly 40 on terror charges in Xinjiang, and Honduras moves inmates out of its overcrowded prisons.

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UKRAINE
More than a Dozen Soldiers Killed in East
Government officials blame Russia for supporting rebels to destabilize the Donetsk and Luhansk regions. Read more on vicenews.comhttps://news.vice.com/article/deadliest-rebel-attack-on-ukrainian-military-kills-at-least-14

SYRIA
Fighting Continues for Damascus Suburb, Prison Siege Broken
Bashar Al Assad’s government seeks to take back territory ahead of next month’s presidential vote.

CHINA
Government Sentences Dozens on Terror Charges
Ethnic Uyughurs will be jailed up to 15 years in a region recently hit by a string of attacks.

HONDURAS
Inmates Moved Out of Overcrowded Prisons
Some of the country’s 13,000 inmates will be transferred to government buildings.

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