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Imprisoned Uighur professor’s release shows how Beijing forces loyalty

After disappearing for three years into a Xinjiang prison, Uighur professor Iminjan Seydin has been suddenly released. Now, he is denouncing his daughter's search for answers as "anti-China."

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