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Kazakh advocate of Muslim rights in China set free in plea bargain

Reuters Saturday, 17 August 2019
A Kazakh rights activist who campaigned against the detention of ethnic Uighurs and other Muslims in special camps in China has pleaded guilty to a hate speech charge in exchange for securing his freedom, his lawyer said on Saturday.
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