How the Chinese government tries to silence overseas Uyghurs

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    China’s extensive surveillance of the Uyghur population does not stop at the Chinese border. In Sweden, Uyghur Nyrola Elima says her Twitter account is being tracked by the Chinese authorities back home as she campaigns for her cousin Mayila Yakufu to be released from the Xinjiang detention center. CNN’s Ivan Watson reports.

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