A high-security facility near what is believed to be a compound holding Uygurs and other Muslim minorities on the outskirts of Hotan in China's northwestern Xinjiang region. Photo: AFP A high-security facility near what is believed to be a compound holding Uygurs and other Muslim minorities on the outskirts of Hotan in China's northwestern Xinjiang region. Photo: AFP
A high-security facility near what is believed to be a compound holding Uygurs and other Muslim minorities on the outskirts of Hotan in China's northwestern Xinjiang region. Photo: AFP
Xinjiang

Donald Trump’s China adviser suggests Beijing’s Xinjiang activities are a ‘crime against humanity’

  • Deputy national security adviser Matthew Pottinger cites and seems to endorse accusation by The Economist magazine
  • Remarks are among the sharpest yet from the administration and reflect Washington consensus about the human rights situation in the region

Topic |   Xinjiang
A high-security facility near what is believed to be a compound holding Uygurs and other Muslim minorities on the outskirts of Hotan in China's northwestern Xinjiang region. Photo: AFP A high-security facility near what is believed to be a compound holding Uygurs and other Muslim minorities on the outskirts of Hotan in China's northwestern Xinjiang region. Photo: AFP
A high-security facility near what is believed to be a compound holding Uygurs and other Muslim minorities on the outskirts of Hotan in China's northwestern Xinjiang region. Photo: AFP
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