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How China turned a city into a prison

We visited one of the few mosques in the city that remain open, the famed At the mosque, worshippers register and go through a security check. But outside the camps, Uighurs live in a virtual cage. But spend time in Xinjiang and you see that the surveillance state acts more like a sledgehammer — sweeping, indiscriminate; But the rebuilding has also created wider streets that are easier to monitor and patrol. But visitors are kept far from the indoctrination camps on the edge of town.

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