The programme, outlined in government documents seen by Reuters, is similar to the one in Xinjiang where mostly Muslim Uighurs are subjected to ideological education. China denies involvement of forced labour in Tibet.
Beijing began drills near Taiwan as Keith Krach, US undersecretary of state for economic growth, energy and the environment, landed in Taipei on Thursday for a three-day visit.
TikTok's Chinese parent company ByteDance looking to pick a buyer to finalise a deal by mid-September and comply with US President Donald Trump’s order to divest TikTok’s assets.
While street protests have largely lost momentum, anti-government and anti-Beijing sentiment persists, with China's offer of mass coronavirus testing for Hong Kong residents prompting calls for a boycott amid public distrust.
His resignation follows President Donald Trump's order to ban TikTok unless its parent company ByteDance sells its US operations to an American company within 90 days.
Beijing's retaliatory move follows Washington's accusations against 11 Hong Kong officials of suppressing "freedom and democratic processes" in the financial hub, including city leader Carrie Lam.
Washington has imposed sanctions on Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam and other top officials, prompting a sharp rebuke from Beijing.
China's ruling Communist Party is accused of mass detentions, forced labor, forced birth control and other abuses against Muslim minorities in the country's Xinjiang region. China denies the allegations.
Leader Carrie Lam says a third of all infections since the outbreak started have been recorded in the last fortnight. HSBC, Standard Chartered and other banks are racing to close branches or curtail working hours after the spike in cases.
More than 200,000 voters took part in the election to select candidates who stand the best chance of success in Legislative Council elections in September.
Police said the seven arrested – five men and two women – could face up to 10 years in prison for "assisting" a man suspected of stabbing a police officer during a protest against a new national security law on July 1.
Demosisto members Nathan Law and Agnes Chow also said they were stepping down from the group.
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