After defeating a bid to debate China’s alleged abuses in Xinjiang, Beijing says developing countries are ‘clearly aware’ of Western motives, and urged the UN Human Rights Council to pay attention to violations by Western governments. Photo: AP
After defeating a bid to debate China’s alleged abuses in Xinjiang, Beijing says developing countries are ‘clearly aware’ of Western motives, and urged the UN Human Rights Council to pay attention to violations by Western governments. Photo: AP

China calls Xinjiang vote at UN Human Rights Council a win against US ‘coercion’

  • After defeating a bid to debate China’s alleged abuses in Xinjiang, Beijing says developing countries are ‘clearly aware’ of Western motives
  • Germany says the vote marks ‘a dark day for human rights’

After defeating a bid to debate China’s alleged abuses in Xinjiang, Beijing says developing countries are ‘clearly aware’ of Western motives, and urged the UN Human Rights Council to pay attention to violations by Western governments. Photo: AP
After defeating a bid to debate China’s alleged abuses in Xinjiang, Beijing says developing countries are ‘clearly aware’ of Western motives, and urged the UN Human Rights Council to pay attention to violations by Western governments. Photo: AP
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