China considers banning 'odious' US politicians over Xinjiang criticism

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State-run Global Times suggests visa restrictions are coming and that Hong Kong-related sanctions are just the beginning US diplomats may soon be barred from entering Xinjiang, the far north-western Chinese region where more than a million Uighurs and other Muslim minorities are believed to be detained in internment camps. Hu Xijin, editor of the state-run Global Times, said Beijing was considering banning all US diplomatic passport holders from entering Xinjiang in retaliation for US legislation that would punish Chinese officials for human rights abuses. Continue reading... …

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