The Chinese flag flies behind razor wire at a housing compound in the western Xinjiang region. Photo: AFPThe Chinese flag flies behind razor wire at a housing compound in the western Xinjiang region. Photo: AFP
The Chinese flag flies behind razor wire at a housing compound in the western Xinjiang region. Photo: AFP

China hits back, sanctioning US officials and Congress members in response to Xinjiang ban

  • Beijing follows through on its promised retaliation for Washington’s move to hold individuals to account
  • Senators Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio among those facing sanctions in latest tit-for-tat move

Topic |   US-China relations
The Chinese flag flies behind razor wire at a housing compound in the western Xinjiang region. Photo: AFPThe Chinese flag flies behind razor wire at a housing compound in the western Xinjiang region. Photo: AFP
The Chinese flag flies behind razor wire at a housing compound in the western Xinjiang region. Photo: AFP
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