Crossing The Line

Is China Committing Cultural Genocide of Uighur Muslims?

China has reportedly locked up more than a million Uighur Muslims in so-called reeducation camps. It's supposed to be a place for potential terrorists to rid themselves of extremist thoughts but behind the closed doors of these secret facilities are harrowing stories of unbearable brutality. China claims it’s all fake news but leaked government documents describe a jail where a religious minority is sent to be tortured and brainwashed. On The Newsmakers we ask: is Beijing committing cultural genocide? Guests: Tahir Imin Founder of Uighur Times Agency and Former Political Prisoner Einar Tangen China Affairs Analyst Adrian Zenz Senior Fellow in China Studies at Victims of Communism

Uighurs fear coronavirus may spread in Chinese camps

Uighurs fear coronavirus may spread in Chinese camps

Imprisoned Uighur activist Ilham Tohti becomes finalist for 2019 Sakharov Freedom of Thought prize

Imprisoned Uighur activist Ilham Tohti becomes finalist for 2019 Sakharov Freedom of Thought prize

Trump signs sanctions law over China's treatment of Uighurs

Trump signs sanctions law over China's treatment of Uighurs

China’s UK ambassador denies abuse of Uighurs

China’s UK ambassador denies abuse of Uighurs

Ireland's Brexit Trouble | Crossing The Line

Ireland's Brexit Trouble | Crossing The Line

Inside FARC Land | Crossing The Line

Inside FARC Land | Crossing The Line

Does Colombia's former President still deserve the Nobel Peace Prize? | Crossing The Line

Does Colombia's former President still deserve the Nobel Peace Prize? | Crossing The Line

Full interview with Juan Manuel Santos | Crossing The Line

Full interview with Juan Manuel Santos | Crossing The Line

The Land Expropriation debate in South Africa gets heated | Crossing The Line

The Land Expropriation debate in South Africa gets heated | Crossing The Line

Full interview with Julius Malema | Crossing The Line

Full interview with Julius Malema | Crossing The Line

Five things you need to know about South Africa's EFF party leader Julius Malema

Five things you need to know about South Africa's EFF party leader Julius Malema

South Africa's EFF leader Julius Malema says there could be an 'unled revolution in the country'

South Africa's EFF leader Julius Malema says there could be an 'unled revolution in the country'

Diepsloot: One of South Africa’s poorest townships

Diepsloot: One of South Africa’s poorest townships

South Africa's farmers face attacks

South Africa's farmers face attacks

How would a father treat his kids when the economy collapses?

How would a father treat his kids when the economy collapses?

Meet Golden Dawn spokesman Ilias Kasidiaris | Crossing The Line

Meet Golden Dawn spokesman Ilias Kasidiaris | Crossing The Line

Show More