The Daily Populous

Tuesday October 29th, 2019 night edition

image for Whistleblower who escaped Chinese 're-education camp' reveals horrors

Sauytbay (left) said she witnessed horrifying rapes, beatings and torture at the camp before she fled China to Kazakhstan, where her family (pictured together) was waiting.

China denied the existence of camps for Uighur people for years, but when images of the centres began to emerge, Beijing changed its story.

The government now acknowledges the existence of the camps but says they are 'vocational education and training centres' aimed at 'stamping out extremism.'.

It is thought China started its crackdown on the minority Turkic Muslim group in 2016, after a series of terror attacks by extremists.

Uali Islam, Sauytbay's husband, and his daughter at his house in Baidibek village, Kazakhstan, before the family left for Sweden.

Afterwards, the guards lined up and raped her one after the other while the rest of the prisoners were forced to watch.

'I have to tell their story, to tell about the darkness they are in, about their suffering. »

Apple reveals new AirPods Pro, available October 30

Authored by
image for

AirPods Pro join the existing AirPods line in delivering an unparalleled wireless audio experience.

The magical setup experience customers love with today’s AirPods extends to AirPods Pro.

To further maximize comfort, AirPods Pro use an innovative vent system to equalize pressure, minimizing the discomfort common in other in-ear designs. »

Canadians ‘drowning in debt’ as 47% struggle to cover costs: MNP

Authored by

On average, respondents to the survey said they had $557 left after paying their monthly bills and obligations, marking a decrease of $142 from June.

“Still, the fact remains that many are drowning in debt and most don’t have a clear path to repayment.".

The MNP survey of 2,002 Canadians was compiled by Ipsos from Sept. 4 to Sept. 9. »

Missouri, Planned Parenthood debate 'safety concerns' at abortion clinic hearing

Authored by
image for

(Reuters) - The fate of Missouri’s only abortion clinic was at stake on Monday, as a state arbiter heard arguments from Planned Parenthood and state officials who have threatened to close it and make Missouri the sole U.S. state without legal abortion services.

The organization has said the state’s effort to close the clinic is politically motivated, which the state denies.

Last week, Planned Parenthood opened an abortion clinic just 13 miles (21 km) from the St. Louis clinic in Fairview Heights, Illinois, capable of treating up to 11,000 patients per year. »