China first denied the existence of the camps, then described them as de-radicalisation centres aimed at giving job training to raise living standards and make Muslims less susceptible to religious extremism and separatism. Photo: AFP

China hits out at New York Times over report on Xinjiang crackdown documents

  • Foreign ministry does not question validity of papers but says article ignores success of campaign involving the detention of more than a million Muslims
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China first denied the existence of the camps, then described them as de-radicalisation centres aimed at giving job training to raise living standards and make Muslims less susceptible to religious extremism and separatism. Photo: AFP
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