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Reports of a Chinese “Black Site” in the UAE Used to Target Uyghurs Gaining Momentum in U.S. Media

GIUSEPPE CACACE / AFP

The Washington Post picked up on a story today about an alleged Chinese “black site” in Dubai that was reportedly used to detain a young Chinese woman and at least two Uyghurs. The Post based its Editorial on a story published last week by the Associated Press that detailed the allegations of the alleged Chinese detention facility in the UAE.

While the Post fully embraced the story and took it even further by claiming that the UAE has a pattern of doing “China’s dirty work” in part because of the sizable investments that Beijing has made in the Emirates.

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