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New images reveal China’s growing detention centre network – Sydney Morning Herald

Beijing claims all detainees have “graduated” from re-education camps. The images tell a different story.



“The ever-present threat of arbitrary detention eliminates all avenues of resistance that were once available to Uighurs and other nationalities,” he said.
The facilities range from tier-one re-education centres, which can include ping-pong tables and basketball courts, to tier-three forced labour factory camps, to tier four, maximum-security prisons in remote areas of Xinjiang.
One facility, the Konasheher260, was built in 2019 and opened in January 2020, next door to a vocational and technic…

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