China Human Rights

CHINA SECURITY: China Uses Paris Attacks to Promote Persecution of Uyghurs

A member of the Chinese paramilitary police stands in front of an armored vehicle in Hotan, in Xinjiang, China. The Chinese regime has deepened its suppression of the Uyghur ethnic group in the region. (Greg Baker/AFP/Getty Images)
A member of the Chinese paramilitary police stands in front of an armored vehicle in Hotan, in Xinjiang, China. The Chinese regime has deepened its suppression of the Uyghur ethnic group in the region. (Greg Baker/AFP/Getty Images)

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