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Uyghurs living under COVID-19 lockdowns in Xinjiang face food shortages, family separations


Last week, at least 33 cities were reportedly put in lockdown as China continues to pursue its COVID-zero policy. But unlike lockdowns in other major cities in China, lockdowns in Xinjiang are rarely discussed publicly and face strict censorship on the Chinese internet. Chinese language media reported that censors in Xinjiang have been asked to 'dilute discussions' about Ili's lockdown, by posting videos and pictures of 'lifestyle, baby matters, and food'. The Xinjiang lockdowns come as outgoing United Nations human rights commissioner Michelle Bachelet recently released a report detailing serious allegations of human rights abuses against Uyghurs and other ethnic minorities in China's Xinjiang region.

ABC News - September 16, 2022

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