Headliners: Thousands of detained Uyghurs pictured in leaked Xinjiang police files

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‘All these anti-racist organisations talk about all sorts of human rights abuses, but never mention this.’

The Headliners react to an article in The Guardian: Thousands of detained Uyghurs pictured in leaked Xinjiang police files.

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