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Genocide Is The Right Word For The Atrocities In Xinjiang

14 days ago   |   By Forbes

Genocide is the right word for the horrors of Xinjiang. This is the message of a recently published legal opinion by a group of experts from Essex Court Chambers in London, U.K., and of the analysis conducted by the U.S. State Department.
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