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State Dept. believes US legal residents are being held in Chinese...

State Department sources say they know American residents -- either US citizens or people with legal status in the United States -- are being...

US legislators to urge China sanctions over Xinjiang crackdown

Proposed bill will urge Trump to condemn crackdown on Uighurs, press for ban on sale of surveillance technology.

U.S. Weighs Sanctions Against Chinese Officials Over Muslim Detention Camps

The Trump administration is considering sanctions against Chinese senior officials and companies to punish Beijing’s detention of hundreds of thousands of ethnic Uighurs and...

US congressmen call for sanctions over China’s treatment of Uighurs

Donald Trump’s administration is under domestic pressure to hit China with new economic sanctions over its alleged internment of one million Uighurs against their will.

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