Young Ugyhurs living overseas, reporting on the detention and forced labor of Uyghur and other Turkic Muslim groups in China, risk exposing their family members who remain in the country to surveillance and punishment by the Chinese government. Reuters reports, Unwinding for the evening in her Washington, D.C. flat, Uyghur activist Jewher Ilham often has two thoughts as she turns on her laptop: What should I watch tonight? And will I be interrupted by
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