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EU awards jailed Uighur activist rights prize, angering China

Reuters Thursday, 24 October 2019
The European Parliament awarded its annual prize for the defense of human rights on Thursday to jailed ethnic Uighur economics professor Ilham Tohti, angering Beijing which called him a criminal and a terrorist.
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