China sending children of exiled Uighur parents to orphanages, says Amnesty

China sending children of exiled Uighur parents to orphanages, says Amnesty

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Omer and Meryem Faruh, who fled to Turkey in late 2016, left their two youngest children, aged five and six, with grandparents because they did not yet have their own travel documents, Amnesty said. They found out later that the grandparents had been arrested and sent to a camp and have not heard from their children since.

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