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Patriotic songs and self-criticism: why China is ‘re-educating’ Muslims in mass detention camps

China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs denies their existence. But extensive reporting by international media and human rights groups indicates upwards of hundreds of thousands of Uighurs — a…

The camps are not only massive, with some exceeding 10,000 square metres, but have also been likened to prison-like compounds, with, “reinforced security doors and windows, surveillance systems…

Katho 1aThe US Congressional-Executive Commission on China calls it, “The largest mass incarceration of a minority population in the world today”.

China has long been wary of its…

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