YouTube shuts Xinjiang videos pushing rights group to seek backup

A human rights group that attracted millions of views on YouTube of testimonies from people who say their families have disappeared in China‚Äôs Xinjiang region is moving its videos to little-known service Odysee after some were taken down by the Google-owned streaming giant, two sources told Reuters. The group, credited by international organisations like Human Rights Watch for drawing attention to human rights violations in Xinjiang, has come under fire from Kazakh authorities since its founding in 2017. Serikzhan Bilash, a Xinjiang-born Kazakh activist who co-founded the channel and has been arrested… Read More