Beijing takes foreign media to Xinjiang in bid to dispel suspicion

China organised a trip to Xinjiang for foreign media last week to defend its policies in the region following mounting international criticism of alleged human rights abuses.About 10 foreign media including Associated Press (AP) and TV Tokyo were invited to the region in the country’s far west, the South China Morning Post has learned.According to a report by AP, Xu Guixiang, deputy head of the Communist Party’s publicity department in Xinjiang, met the media group in the city of Turpan,…

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