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Report says China operates Uighur ‘detention camps’

By DW
11 September 2018   |   11:36 am
China is reportedly targeting Muslim Uighurs and Kazakhs in the northwestern Xinjiang region. Under the guise of combating terrorism, it has put an estimated one million people in reeducation camps. DW met witnesses in neighboring Kazakhstan.

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