I trust my daily Swiss newspaper a 1000x more than anything coming out of China.
I recently read an article from a journalist who worked in China for years. The only way a journalist can actually do his job there is by writing about things outside China.
Do you trust yourself more? You're free to catch a flight to china and travel that region, go talk to some uighurs. Even those who undertake vocational training every week at one of the 'genocide camps'. Until your swiss newspaper relabels australian TAFE's and other teritary institutions as 'concentration camps' it has no consistency in reality.
I spoke to some youngin uighurs from urumqi on my way back to sydney last time I was there, they were students, going to a melbourne university, paid for by the CPC because chinese minorities get special gibs minorities in the west would be jealous of. Only one of them had swallowed the 'muh chynah' narrative, and wanted to campaign for more ughur gibs; the rest were more interested in finishing their education and had nothing bad to say about muh chynah. They were from poor families, just very smart cookies and thus had won government scholarships to study abroad.
I will go to Xinjiang myself eventually, but I will visit tibet before then. Rent a motrocycle, you can't take it into cities as most ban noisy bikes but you don't need a license and can travel the roads less travelled. No part of china is off limits outside of military bases. Your swiss newspaper lies bruh.