Xinjiang: China to target ‘corrupt’ officials in state TV broadcast

Chinese state media is reportedly set to screen the latest of its “anti-terrorism” documentaries about Xinjiang, focusing on purging “two-faced” officials, as Beijing tries to counter accusations of human rights abuses.The broadcast, reported by Chinese media, follows the sanctioning of Chinese officials and organisations by the United States, Canada, the European Union and Britain over alleged rights abuses against Uygurs and other mostly Muslim minorities, and tit-for-tat sanctions in reply…

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