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China finally faces accountability for rights abuses of Uyghurs

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 22 December 2021
After years of facing non-accountability for repression and human rights abuses in Xinjiang, China is now facing the heat for its actions as the West sanctions Chinese companies sourcing goods from Xinjiang to the diplomatic boycott of the Beijing Winter Olympics. According to a Canada-based think tank, China had tried to control the narrative on Xinjiang by terming the Western reportage as "conspiracies" and through the official propaganda machinery for a long time.
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