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Thousands of Uighur children orphaned by Chinese detention, papers show

Researcher says Xinjiang files reveal government strategy of long-term social controlThousands of Uighur children appear to have been left without par

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Jamie Lynn Spears

Researcher says Xinjiang files reveal government strategy of long-term social control

Thousands of Uighur children appear to have been left without parents as their mothers or fathers were forced into Chinese internment camps, prison and other detention facilities, according to evidence from government documents in Xinjiang.

Records compiled by officials in southern Xinjiang and analysed by the researcher Adrian Zenz indicate that in 2018 more than 9,500 mostly Uighur children in Yarkand county were classified either as experiencing “single hardship” or “double hardship” depending on if one or both parents were detained.

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