Shohrat Zakir, chairman of the Xinjiang government, described the “training centres” as “a pioneering invention for the world”. Photo: Simon Song

China claims most Muslim detainees have been released from Xinjiang camps

  • ‘Most of them have completed their study and found new jobs,’ according to regional government official
  • But researcher says they have been sent to do compulsory work in what appears to be a new scheme to exercise control over ethnic minorities
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Shohrat Zakir, chairman of the Xinjiang government, described the “training centres” as “a pioneering invention for the world”. Photo: Simon Song
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