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Third Canadian detained in China: reports

SBS Wednesday, 19 December 2018
Third Canadian detained in China: reportsCanada's foreign ministry says a third Canadian has been detained in China but a Beijing spokeswoman says she's unaware of the report.
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News video: A Third Canadian Detained In China Following Arrest Of Huawei Executive

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According to a report by Reuters, on Wednesday, a third Canadian has been detained in China following the arrest of a Chinese technology executive in Vancouver, amid a diplomatic dispute that also involves the United States. A Canadian official, speaking on condition of anonymity, reportedly said...

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