Children, aged between one and six, are all Australian citizens and are separated from at least one of their parents
At least five Australian children are trapped in China, unable to return home because of the Chinese government’s crackdown on Uighur Muslims, the Guardian can reveal.
The children, who range in age from one to six, are all Australian citizens and come from three different families. They have been stuck in China for up to two years, and are all separated from at least one of their parents.
Australia is not involved, they’re scared. China can do whatever they want because Australia is quiet.