On this week's show, we'll be meeting the Uighur families who've left China for a safer life in Turkey. Plus: the British-Somali woman changing perceptions about food and identity.
Beijing has urged the United States to "take care of its own affairs" before focusing on human rights abroad, in response to a scathing US report. The Chinese rebuttal referred to US gun violence and racism.
Facing persecution in China, some members of the Uighur Muslim minority flee to Turkey. But building new lives under China's shadow is tough, particularly for those who have left family behind.
Humans deserve dignity — regardless of their nationality, race or religion. It is shocking that this fundamental principle is ignored in many parts of the world today, says Alexander Görlach.
Turkey has condemned China's treatment of its ethnic Uighur minority as "a great shame for humanity." The criticism comes after the death of a renowned Uighur musician in custody.
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