Exiled Uighurs call for action on China over crackdown

Exiled ethnic Uighur shares accounts of harassment by Chinese authorities and expresses concern for missing family members caught up in sweeping security operations back home.

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    Exiled Uighur activists are urging the international community to take a harsher line against China over its alleged crackdown on the Muslim minority in Xinjiang.

    Beijing has been accused of mass detention and discrimination of Uighur Muslims in the region.

    Al Jazeera's Adrian Brown reports from Urumqi, Xinjiang Province, China.


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