How CNN Makes Fake News about Xinjiang

A cemetery in Xayar, NW #China‘s #Xinjiang #Uygur Autonomous Region, has recently become a bone of international contention. #CNN reported that graveyards in the region were being demolished by authorities, highlighting stories such as that of Aziz Isa Elkun, a Uygur poet now residing in London, who had said he couldn’t find his father’s grave on Google Maps. So a crew from CGTN decided to find out if there was any truth to the CNN report. Click the video to find who’s spinning a #lie for the audience.

China Global Television Network, or CGTN, is an international media organization launched by CCTV on December 31, 2016. Read other articles by CGTN, or visit CGTN’s website.
            <p class="postmeta">This article was posted on Saturday, January 18th, 2020 at 7:02pm and is filed under <a href="" rel="category tag">China</a>, <a href="" rel="category tag">Disinformation</a>, <a href="" rel="category tag">Fake News</a>, <a href="" rel="category tag">Media</a>, <a href="" rel="category tag">Video</a>. 

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