On Monday, Human Rights Watch (HRW) presented new evidence of widespread DNA testing in Tibet. The human rights organization published a report documenting numerous recent examples of blood being taken from residents of entire villages without their explicit consent. In one case, this was also done on preschool children without their parent’s knowledge.
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