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UPR of China(联合国对中国的普遍定期审议)

West calls on China to close Uighur detention camps
Reuters, November 6, 2018

China says UN criticism of human rights record is “politically driven”
The Guardian, November 6, 2018

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China dismisses criticism about mass detentions at UN
Associated Press, November 7, 2018

聯合國審議中國人權 多國關注新疆再教育營 中方反斥偏離事實 (UN review China human rights, multiple states concerned over Xinjiang camps, China dismissed allegations as “deviate from facts”)
The Stand News, November 7, 2018

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多國關注港澳人權 張建宗:不必要、毫無根據、不成立 (States concerned of Hong Kong and Macau human rights at UN review, Matthew Cheung: unnecessary, groundless, and unfounded)
Ming Pao, November 7, 2018

“Political censorship”: United Nations removes submissions from int’l civil groups at China’s human rights review
Hong Kong Free Press, November 6, 2018

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【疑中國施壓】交聯合國人權專員被删走 香港眾志報告書全文 (Deleted from UN: full Submission from Demosisto to the Universal Periodic Review of China under The United Nations Human Rights Council)
The Stand News, November 7, 2018

Joint Press Statement: China UPR -- civil society deeply concerned by removal of key stakeholder information by the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights for upcoming Universal Periodic Review of China
Human Rights Watch, November 5, 2018

Video: China grilled over internment camps, civil rights and Hong Kong freedoms at UN review
Agence France-Presse, November 6, 2018

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