Most detainees of the mass internment camps in Xinjiang, in China’s far west, have been released, according to senior officials with the regional government.Alken Tuniaz, vice-chairman of the Xinjiang government, made the claim at a news conference in Beijing on Tuesday, when he was asked to give an account of the detainees in camps where United Nations experts have said more than 1 million ethnic Uygurs and other Muslim minorities were being held.“You asked about the number of people, but the…


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