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House Votes To Sanction Chinese Officials For Uighur Abuse

Newsy Wednesday, 4 December 2019 ()
House Votes To Sanction Chinese Officials For Uighur AbuseWatch Video"On this vote, the yays are 407. The nays are one."

The House overwhelmingly approved a bill Tuesday that calls for sanctioning Chinese officials for their alleged role in human rights violations against ethnic Muslims in the western Xinjiang region.

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Besides the &quot;targeted sanctions,&quot; the House bill also calls on President Donald Trump to &quot;condemn abuses&quot; against the Uighurs.

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