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China: Uighurs convicted in sham trials at Xinjiang camps

More than one million Uighurs have been disappeared into China’s internment camps in Xinjiang province according to UN estimates. A DW investigation reveals how many of them were tried for their alleged “crimes” in sham trials.


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