China denies allegations of Uyghur Muslim genocide
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Geneva, Feb. 23 -- Chinese administration has rejected allegations of genocide, mass systematic rapes, forced abortions, forced labour, religious repression, destruction of historic Masjids, torture and forced sterilisation and detention of over 1 million Uyghur Muslim community in concentration camps.
As Western powers and Turkey voiced concerns and called for U.N access to theregion of Xinjiang, Chinese authorities firmly denied all the allegations of abuses and said that the camps were to provide vocational training and counter-extremism.
After activists and U.N human rights experts said that more than 1 million Muslims are detained in camps in Xinjiang, Foreign Minister Wang Yi told the U.N. Human Rights Council that it was taking c...
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