Oppression of Xinjiang remains ‘invisible’ as China lauds return to normal | The World

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Four years after Beijing’s crackdown on the mainly-Muslim minorities in Xinjiang, the high-tech police state is being replace by a push or tourism – but AP journalist Dake Kang, who recently visited the region says the sense of normality is far from the truth.

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