China's Muslim minority seek sanctuary in Kazakhstan

China is closely watching what is happening in Kazakhstan and is concerned about increasing anti-Chinese sentiment.

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    China has been accused of holding more than a million Muslims, including ethnic Kyrgyz and Kazakhs, in its so-called re-education camps in Xinjiang Province.

    Rights groups in Kazakhstan have been trying to help locate and reunite individuals with family members.

    Al Jazeera's Robin Forestier-Walker reports from Almaty.


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