Documents seen by the BBC appear to provide a detailed insight into how China handled hundreds of Muslims held in a network of internment camps. The information includes personal details of the Uighur community who were placed in detention for reasons such as wearing a veil applying for a passport or accidentally visiting foreign internet sites. Critics say the documents are evidence of a campaign by the Chinese authorities against the Uighurs whose home is the far-western Xin-jiang region. But China has always denied any form of religious discrimination.
Huw Edwards presents the BBC’s News at Ten and hears from the BBC’s diplomatic correspondent James Landale.
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