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U.K. Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab will call on the United Nations to take action against “systemic” human rights violations in China, Myanmar, Russia and Belarus in a speech to the UN Human Rights Council on Monday

UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab: "We see almost daily reports now that shedding new light on China's systematic human rights violations perpetrated against the Uighur Muslims and other minorities in Xinjiang. The situation in Xinjiang is beyond the pale." + #UyghursLivesMatter 

A state-owned Chinese Communist Party (CCP) propaganda outlet described British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab’s call for “urgent and unfettered” access to the Xinjiang region of China as a “shameless imperialist act”.

foreign secretary dominic raab'>Britain‘s Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab on Monday denounced torture, forced labor, and sterilizations that he said were taking place against Muslim Uighurs on an “industrial scale” in China’s Xinjiang region.

Other states where assassinations have taken place (UK, Germany, Bulgaria) can join Ukraine's action as third parties. Several are likely to do so, I'm told. The big question is whether the British foreign secretary Dominic Raab will support the @ECHR_Press  case

UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab breaks the taboo and says there should be a UN Human Rights Council resolution on China's abysmal human rights record. He's absolutely right. No government engaged in such severe repression should be exempt.

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foreign secretary dominic raab'>Britain‘s Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab on Monday denounced torture, forced labor, and sterilizations that he said were taking place against Muslim Uighurs on an “industrial scale” in China’s Xinjiang region. | @Reuters 

Britain has ratcheted up its criticisms of China, as Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab denounced China at the United Nations for abusing Uighur Muslims’ human rights in Xinjiang province on an “industrial scale” | @latikambourke 

Britain's Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab denounced torture, forced labor and sterilizations that he said were taking place against Muslim Uighurs on an ‘industrial scale’ in China's Xinjiang region

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“Relaxing any of the measures currently in place would risk damage to both public health and the economy” Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab says current lockdown measures in UK “must remain in place for at least the next three weeks” Latest:

In a statement to the House of Commons yesterday, the Foreign Secretary, Dominic Raab, justified the suspension of the UK's #extradition  treaty with #HongKong  by specifically highlighting Articles 55 & 59 of the National Security Law which gives mainland China the ability to...

Those startled by the fact that Dominic Raab, The Foreign Secretary, doesn't know the history behind taking a knee should perhaps remember he also didn't know the history behind the UK being an island.

UK lockdown to be extended for at least the next three weeks, Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab announces

Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab’s declaration of ‘sympathy' for Trump’s reckless and lawless killing of Iranian general Qassem Suleimani is craven and dangerous. Boris Johnson’s government must oppose this escalation towards another devastating war in the Middle East.

Priti Patel, the home secretary, is at war with foreign secretary Dominic Raab after he allegedly blocked an initiative to allow victims of state repression and violence in Hong Kong to flee to the UK

Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab says he is "shocked and appalled by the mistreatment" suffered by the former UK consulate worker Simon Cheng while in Chinese detention which "amounts to torture" and "disgraceful treatment" that violates China’s international obligations

"We believe that the claims that Simon has made are credible." U.K. Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab supports ex-Hong Kong consulate employee Simon Cheng's (#鄭文傑) claims of torture from China#HongKongProtests  #香港

Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said on BBC's Today programme this morning that he had regularly mentioned 'No Deal' during the referendum Campaign. Does anyone recall a date media circumstance in which they heard him discuss 'No Deal'?

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