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China angered as U.N. rights chief attends ceremony for jailed academic

BEIJING (Reuters) - China expressed anger on Wednesday after the United Nations human rights chief spoke at an award ceremony for a prominent Chinese academic jailed for life two years ago for campaigning for the rights of the Muslim Uighur people.
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