Activists urge deep scrutiny of China at UN human rights gathering

Activists called for UN member states to pressure China this week to account for alleged human rights violations, including the suspected mass detention of one million Muslim Uygurs in far-western Xinjiang province. China’s record will be examined by the UN Human Rights Council on Tuesday, the first time since 2013, in a regular review expected to focus on its treatment of ethnic minorities, especially Uygurs and Tibetans.

 

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