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UN: Potential ‘crimes against humanity’ in China’s Xinjiang

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China’s detention of Uighurs and other mostly Muslim ethnic minorities in the northwestern region of Xinjiang may amount to “crimes against humanity”, the United Nations human rights office said in a long-delayed report that was finally published late on Wednesday. China denies all allegations of human rights abuses in Xinjiang. More than a million people are estimated to have been detained at camps. China says the crackdown is necessary to prevent terrorism and Islamist extremism.
3 months ago·New York, United States

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