‘Blind eye’ can’t be turned to China’s treatment of Uighurs, rights group says
Human rights group Glan has warned there is a credible case that the Asian superpower is committing ‘genocide’
Businesses can “no longer turn a blind eye” to the treatment of Uighur Muslims in northwestern China, a human rights group has warned.
The Global Legal Action Network (Glan) made the comments following a legal opinion that described the treatment of the ethnic group in China as amounting to “crimes against humanity”.
Senior barristers at Essex Court Chambers in London accused the Chinese government of being involved in a “widespread and...
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