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A trove of leaked Chinese government documents reveals details of its clampdown on Uighurs and other Muslims in the country's western Xinjiang region under President Xi Jinping, the New York Times reported on Saturday. United Nations experts and activists say at least 1 million Uighurs and members of other largely Muslim minority groups have been detained in camps in Xinjiang in a crackdown that has drawn condemnation from the United States and other countries. The documents, which the newspaper said were leaked by "a member of the Chinese political establishment," show how Xi gave a series of internal speeches to officials during and after a 2014 visit to Xinjiang following a stabbing attack by Uighur militants at a train station that killed 31 people.
- Elle Decor
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KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 17 - The despair felt by the family and friends of Pastor Raymond Koh is matched only by their frustration with the slow pace of government investigations nearly five months after...
- Finance Quartz
As China attempts to stamp out Hong Kong’s pro-democracy protests, demonstrators have endured tear-gassings and beatings from riot police. There have even been a few deaths during the violent clashes. Victor Ting, a reporter for South China Morning Post, shared a clip of the soldiers returning to their Hong Kong barracks later in the day.