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Third Canadian detained in China, Canadian media says

Brisbane Times Wednesday, 19 December 2018
Third Canadian detained in China, Canadian media saysA third Canadian citizen has been detained in China, Canada's National Post newspaper reported on Wednesday, citing the Canadian foreign ministry.
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A third Canadian has been detained in China following the arrest of a Chinese technology executive in Vancouver. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Wednesday it "doesn't seem to fit the pattern set by the first two," after former Canadian diplomat Michael Kovrig and businessman Michael...

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