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Is anywhere in the world still safe for China’s Uighurs?

Is anywhere safe for the Uighurs?

3 July 2021

9:00 AM

3 July 2021

9:00 AM

Amannisa Abdullah was in the last weeks of her pregnancy when her husband, Ahmad Talip, was arrested in Dubai. ‘He was on his way to buy a dress for our unborn girl,’ she says. Ahmad, who had lived and worked in Dubai for nearlyten years, never arrived at the shop and his family have not seen him since.

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