Six internal documents obtained by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists shed new light on China’s crackdown in the Xinjiang region, where a million or more ethnic Uighurs, Kazakhs and others have been detained over the past three years.

The most significant document is a secret directive on managing the camps that describes their inner workings: round-the-clock video surveillance to prevent escapes, a scoring system for inmates to determine whether they would be released, and blanket secrecy, including barring employees from bringing in mobile…

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