U.S. bans Chinese tomatoes, cotton

The U.S. has now banned all cotton and tomatoes from a region in China over a forced labor issue.

A video shows a child picking cotton in the Xinjiang region. U.S. Customs and Border Protection said today that the area is using slave labor from Uyghur Muslims.

The Chinese government denies it.

Some media outlets have reported more than half a million Muslims are coerced into picking cotton and a million more are in detention camps, forced to work in textile factories.