Japan provided intelligence to the United States and Britain last year showing evidence of China’s forceful detainment of the Muslim Uyghur minority on condition of keeping the source confidential, a person close to Japan-U.S. relations said Monday.
Based on the information, the United States stepped up criticism against China’s alleged crackdown on Uyghurs in the Xinjiang autonomous region, the source said.
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