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U.S. slams China, U.N. rights chief, ahead of Xinjiang visit

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U.N. rights chief Michelle Bachelet will lead a six-day mission to China starting Monday. The United States said she was failing to stand up for the region's Uyghur community. The U.S. has been critical of China's treatment of the region.
5 months ago·Washington, United States

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News18 IndiaNews18 India

'Silence in the Face Of...': US Slams China, UN Rights Chief, Ahead of Xinjiang Visit

China's foreign ministry announced that Bachelet will visit the country from May 23 to 28, in what will be the first U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights trip there since 2005

5 months ago·India
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ReutersReuters

U.S. slams China, U.N. rights chief, ahead of Xinjiang visit

The U.S. is "deeply concerned" that China will restrict access on a visit by U.N. human rights chief Michelle Bachelet.

5 months ago·United Kingdom
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Hindustan TimesHindustan Times

UN rights chief to visit China next week, travel to Xinjiang

The UN human rights Michelle Bachelet’s six-day China visit -- the first since 2005 -- beginning Monday will include a trip to the northwestern Chinese province of Xinjiang, where China has been accused of human rights violations

5 months ago·New Delhi, India
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IBTimesIBTimes

U.S. Slams China, U.N. Rights Chief, Ahead Of Xinjiang Visit

The United States is "deeply concerned" that China will restrict access on a visit by U.N.

5 months ago·United States
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South China Morning PostSouth China Morning Post

US ‘deeply concerned’ about UN rights chief Michelle Bachelet’s China visit

The US does not expect Beijing to grant the high commissioner sufficient access to conduct a ‘complete, unmanipulated assessment’ in Xinjiang, a spokesman said.

5 months ago·Hong Kong
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Channel News AsiaChannel News Asia

US slams China, UN rights chief, ahead of Xinjiang visit

WASHINGTON: The United States is "deeply concerned" that China will restrict access on a visit by UN human rights chief Michelle Bachelet, the State Department said on Friday (May 20), while also criticising Bachelet for "silence" in the face of what it said were atrocities in China's western Xinjiang region.

5 months ago·Singapore
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