New Report Details Evidence Of Beijing’s ‘Intent To Destroy’ The Uyghur People

A building believed to be a re-education camp where mostly Uighur people are detained, north of Kashgar in China’s north-west Xinjiang region. Photograph: Greg Baker/AFP
CNN: First independent report into Xinjiang genocide allegations claims evidence of Beijing's 'intent to destroy' Uyghur people
Hong Kong (CNN) The Chinese government's alleged actions in Xinjiang have violated every single provision in the United Nations' Genocide Convention, according to an independent report by more than 50 global experts in human rights, war crimes and international law.
The report, released Tuesday by the Newlines Institute for Strategy and Policy think tank in Washington DC, claimed the Chinese government "bears state responsibility for an ongoing genocide against the Uyghur in breach of the (UN) Genocide Convention."
It is the first time a non-governmental organization has undertaken an independent legal analysis of the accusations of genocide in Xinjiang, including what responsibility Beijing may bear for the alleged crimes.
An advance copy of the report was seen exclusively by CNN.
WNU editor: The report is here …. THE UYGHUR GENOCIDE: An Examination of China’s Breaches of the 1948 Genocide Convention (Newsline).
More News On A New Report Claiming Evidence Of Beijing's 'Intent To Destroy' The Uyghur People
Human rights experts: China breaching UN Genocide Convention with treatment of Uyghurs — The Hill
China breaching every act in genocide convention, says legal report on Uighurs — The Guardian
Report: "Clear evidence" China is committing genocide against Uyghurs — Axios
China has breached all provisions of UN Genocide Convention in Xinjiang: Report — Hindustan Times
China ‘bears responsibility for committing genocide’ against Uighurs, claims legal report — The Independent
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