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U.N. to publish Xinjiang findings soon

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GENEVA (Reuters) – The United Nations’ human rights office is finalising its assessment of the situation in China’s Xinjiang region, where it has allegations that people have been unlawfully detained, mistreated and forced to work, a spokesperson said on Friday. Rupert Colville said that the office of U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet hoped to publish its report in coming weeks and that there had been no progress in talks with Chinese officials regarding her visit. Earlier, an unofficial British-based tribunal of lawyers and campaigners said Chinese President Xi Jinping…

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