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Research Claims China Forced Mass Sterilisation of Women from Minority Communities

A report, published by German researcher Adrian Zenz, has claimed that China forcibly carries out mass sterilisation of women from Uighur community and other ethnic minority groups in Xinjiang, based on government data, policy documents and interviews of ethnic women. It also claims that women are forced to abort pregnancies or sent to detention camps. An investigation into the matter has been initiated by the United Nations member countries. 

Wed, 01 Jul 2020 - 04:04 PM / by Masumi Shah

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