China: timelapse shows expansion of suspected internment camp for Uighurs in Xinjiang

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    China has built nearly 400 internment camps in Xinjiang region, with construction on dozens continuing over the last two years, even as Chinese authorities said their “re-education” system was winding down, an Australian thinktank has found.

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