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Tragedy in Xinjiang: 'All My Uighur Sources Are Gone'

NEW YORK, October 29, 2018 — Foreign Policy editor and journalist James Palmer explains why it's so difficult for journalists to cover the human rights crisis in China's far western Xinjiang region. (5 min., 1 sec.)

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Clip: 'Our People, Millions of People, Are Voiceless in the Re-Education Camps'
Asia Blog: What's Happening in Xinjiang? Four Questions About China's Human Rights Crisis
ChinaFile: China’s Government Has Ordered a Million Citizens to Occupy Uighur Homes. Here’s What They Think They’re Doing.


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