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A US teenager's TikTok video clip accusing China of putting Muslims into "concentration camps" has gone viral on the Chinese-owned social network.
Axar.az reports citing BBC.
The post appears to be about beauty tips at its start - but the young woman then changes tack to ask her viewers to raise awareness of what she describes as a "another Holocaust".
An associated Twitter account has since claimed TikTok then blocked Feroza Aziz from posting new content, as a result.
But TikTok has disputed this.
"TikTok does not moderate content due to political sensitivities," a spokesman told BBC News. Although, Douyin, the Chinese version of the app, on which Ms Aziz's posts would not have appeared, is politically censored.
The company had permanently banned one of Ms Aziz's old TikTok accounts on, 15 November, for posting an unrelated video that had broken its rules on terrorism-related material, he said.
As an additional measure, it had then blocked her smartphone, on 25 November, but that too had been unrelated to her posts about China.
BBC News has tried to contact Ms Aziz and her family for comment.
2019.11.26 / 21:53