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U.S. Says China Is Committing Genocide Against Uighurs

WASHINGTON—The Trump administration concluded that China has committed “genocide and crimes against humanity” against the Uighur ethnic group, delivering a forceful condemnation to Beijing over a mass repression campaign that has yet to prompt tough international action. The determination, which was announced in a statement Tuesday by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, accuses China of…

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