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A 7.1-magnitude earthquake struck Xinjiang’s Uchturpan county, killing three people, injuring five, and displacing over 12,400 residents. The quake occurred near the border with Kyrgyzstan and caused damage to houses and bridges. Aftershocks were reported, with the largest measuring 5.7 magnitude. The Chinese government has allocated 30 million yuan ($4.23 million) for disaster relief efforts. Information about the earthquake has been tightly controlled, with authorities regulating the sharing of information on social media and threatening penalties for spreading “slanderous words” online. The earthquake occurred during the U.N. Human Rights Council’s review of China’s human rights record.

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