China’s suppression of Tibet and the Uyghur community has been brought to light at the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC).

The UNHRC has expressed concerns over the human rights violations and called for China to allow independent observers to visit the region and investigate the situation.

China has been accused of committing numerous human rights violations against the Tibetan and Uyghur communities, including mass detentions, forced labor, and cultural and religious suppression. These allegations have been met with denials from the Chinese government, which maintains that it is acting within the law to combat terrorism and extremism.

The UNHRC has called on China to respect the human rights of all its citizens and to address the concerns raised by the international community. It has also urged China to ensure that those responsible for human rights violations are held accountable.

The situation in Tibet and the Xinjiang region, where the Uyghur community is based, remains a matter of concern for the international community. The UNHRC has called on China to address the concerns and to work towards a peaceful resolution of the situation.

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