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Beijing confirms it has detained UK's Hong Kong consulate employee Simon Cheng

SBS Wednesday, 21 August 2019
Beijing confirms it has detained UK's Hong Kong consulate employee Simon ChengChina has confirmed it is holding a UK consulate employee in Hong Kong, on allegations of violating local law.
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A Chinese national working at Britain's Hong Kong consulate has been detained in China's border city of Shenzhen for violating the law, the Chinese foreign ministry said on Wednesday, likely worsening already strained ties between Beijing and London. Emer McCarthy reports.

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