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Aibota Zhanibek was born in China and now lives in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Members of her family, who are Muslim ethnic Kazakhs, have been detained in China's northwestern region of Xinjiang. Emily Feng/NPR hide caption

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China Has Begun Moving Xinjiang Muslim Detainees To Formal Prisons, Relatives Say

Muslim minorities in the northwestern region are targets of a sweeping security operation. Officials say most residents have been returned to society, but relatives say many are sentenced to prison.

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Aibota Zhanibek was born in China and now lives in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Members of her family, who are Muslim ethnic Kazakhs, have been detained in China's northwestern region of Xinjiang. Emily Feng/NPR hide caption

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'Illegal Superstition': China Jails Muslims For Practicing Islam, Relatives Say

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Aimee Stephens is at the center of the debate over whether employers can fire workers for being LGBTQ. The Supreme Court will hear her case Tuesday. Paul Sancya/AP hide caption

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Showdown Over LGBTQ Employment Rights Hits Supreme Court

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Employers are using virtual reality to train millions of workers in everything from operating machines to how to handle active shooters. Courtesy of Strivr hide caption

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Virtual Reality Goes To Work, Helping Train Employees

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