Beijing has defended its policies in Xinjiang, saying they are aimed at combating terrorism. Photo: AFP Beijing has defended its policies in Xinjiang, saying they are aimed at combating terrorism. Photo: AFP
Beijing has defended its policies in Xinjiang, saying they are aimed at combating terrorism. Photo: AFP
Xinjiang

China says it will ‘normalise’ Xinjiang camps as Beijing continues drive to defend policies in mainly Muslim region

  • Chairman of regional government says facilities – which Beijing insists offer education and training – will be opened up to school leavers and farmers
  • Comments come as Beijing continues defence against claims of human rights abuses in region, where up to a million Muslims are reportedly detained

Topic |   Xinjiang
Beijing has defended its policies in Xinjiang, saying they are aimed at combating terrorism. Photo: AFP Beijing has defended its policies in Xinjiang, saying they are aimed at combating terrorism. Photo: AFP
Beijing has defended its policies in Xinjiang, saying they are aimed at combating terrorism. Photo: AFP
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