Muslims in China are coming under growing pressure as the government cracks down on the community - from alleged re-education camps in western Xinjiang to stiffer controls on mosques.
Australia's relations with its biggest trading partner are at their lowest point in decades. Some people Down Under see this as an opportunity to cut their overreliance on China, but they may be too optimistic.
Saudi Arabia wants Bangladesh to give passports to 54,000 stateless Rohingya refugees who have lived in the kingdom for decades. But many of them have never stepped foot in Bangladesh.
Beijing is angry after many countries supported a Germany-led initiative to condemn rights violations in the country. UN diplomats told DW that China's pressure tactics have failed, at least this time around.
A new study shows that Beijing is still building internment camps in Xinjiang, where the UN estimates that at least 1 million Muslim minorities are detained in so-called re-education camps or other facilities.
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