BEIJING (Financial Times) -- A US congressional report has recommended that individual Chinese officials be held accountable for "serious human rights abuse", as China formalises its policy of mass detentions of Uighur Muslims in its frontier region of Xinjiang.
This week, the Xinjiang government updated a law to allow vocational training centres to be used to "educate and transform people who have been influenced by extremism", giving legal backing to mass detention camps built in the region over the past two years.
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