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U.S. Seizes Chinese Hair Products Said to Be from Uyghurs in Forced Labor Camps 

HeadlineJul 02, 2020

U.S. customs officials in New York have seized 13 tons of products made from human hair from China. Authorities believe the products — which include hair weaves — come from imprisoned Uyghurs and other ethnic minorities held in camps in China’s Xinjiang province.

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