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Norway: Automated calls from China government office scare Uighur diaspora

Sixteen years back, Tina, a Uighur from Xinjiang, settled in Norway. 

She is currently a Norwegian resident yet at the same time aches for her home, which she calls East Turkestan, a term frequently utilized by diaspora networks. 

She as of late went to an enemy of China fight on October 1, Chinese national day, in Oslo to mobilize against supposed human rights infringement, strict mistreatment thus called inhumane imprisonments focusing on the Uighur minority. 

From that point forward, she says she began getting mechanized calls from the Chinese international safe haven. 

"I got over twelve calls. I didn't have the foggiest idea what that's identity was. Afterward, my dad disclosed it to me the calls were from the Chinese consulate," she told Al Jazeera. 

In the same way as other diaspora Uighurs, despite everything she has family back at home - and stresses over them continually. 

"I dread for my nearby relatives in China. I know nothing, in the event that they are …

Top US ambassador keeps up weight on China over Muslim Uighurs

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Wednesday that China's treatment of Muslims, including the Uighurs, in western China was a "huge human rights infringement" and that Washington would keep on raising the issue. 

"This isn't just a huge human rights infringement, yet we don't believe it's to the greatest advantage of the world or of China to take part in this sort of conduct," Pompeo said in a meeting with PBS, an open telecaster in the United States. 

Asked whether Chinese President Xi Jinping was answerable for the circumstance, Pompeo stated: "Xi Jinping drives the nation simply like the pioneer of a tank detachment, an independent company or a nation is liable for the things that occur in your name." 

Rebuffing Beijing for its treatment of Muslim minorities, the US government this week reported visa limitations on Chinese government and Communist Party authorities it accepts answerable for the confinement or maltreatment of Muslim …

The British government respects China's arrival of Hong Kong department representative

The British government on Saturday welcomed the release of an employee at its consulate in Hong Kong who had been detained in mainland China.

Simon Cheng was held for 15 days for violating public security management regulations, police in Shenzhen, across the border from Hong Kong, said on Saturday.

"We welcome the release of Simon Cheng and are delighted that he can be reunited with his family. We will continue to provide support to them," a spokesman for Britain's foreign ministry said.

"Simon and his family have requested privacy and we would be grateful if this is respected."

China Starts the examinations of a Nigerian

The Representative General of Nigeria in Guangzhou, China, Rib Oloko, on Wednesday said the Chinese Police specialists had initiated examination concerning the passing of a Nigerian, Unachukwu Nwajueze. 

Mr Oloko, in an announcement e-messaged to the News Office of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos, said the late Nwajueze kicked the bucket at the Tong advertise in Guangzhou on August 12. 

The Diplomat General said it took the brief intercession of the consular officials to quiet different Nigerians who requested to know the reason for Nwajueze's demise. 

"The Department General of Nigeria in Guangzhou knows about the demise of a Nigerian national, Unachukwu Nwajueze, an occupant of Guangzhou, China, at Tong showcase territory of the city at about 4.30 p.m. on August 12. 

"At the point when the Office was reached, we rapidly sent two consular officials to the location of the occurrence, where they had the option to quiet other anxious Nigerians in the zone. 

"The police experts are …