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Australian political blogger and novelist

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Yang Hengjun whose legal name is Yang Jun, is a Chinese-Australian writer and blogger.

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China says Australia should stop interfering in Yang Hengjun case

china says australia should stop interfering in yang hengjun case
China's foreign ministry said on Wednesday that Australia should respect China's judicial sovereignty and stop interfering in the case of Chinese-Australian writer Yang Hengjun, who faces prosecution..
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Australia protests as China charges writer with spying

Australia called on Wednesday for the immediate release of Chinese-Australian writer Yang Hengjun after China formally indicted him of espionage, with Foreign Minister Marise Payne saying he continued..
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Marise Payne slams China's 'unacceptable' treatment of Australian writer Yang Hengjun

Foreign Minister Marise Payne has described the ongoing detention of Chinese-Australian writer Yang Hengjun in Beijing as unacceptable.
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Yang Hengjun: Australia criticises China for detainment of 'democracy peddler'

Australian citizen Yang Hengjun, a former diplomat, has been detained in China since January.
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Payne 'very concerned' about Yang Hengjun

Foreign Minister Marise Payne has described the ongoing detention of Chinese-Australian writer Yang Hengjun in Beijing as unacceptable.
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'Very, very concerning': Australia tells China to free Yang Hengjun from solitary confinement

The foreign minister is urging China to release Australian writer Yang Hengjun from shackles in Beijing, and allow him to see his family and lawyers.
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Free Australian from solitary, China told

The foreign minister is urging China to release Australian writer Yang Hengjun from shackles in Beijing, and allow him to see his family and lawyers.
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'Help me': Aussie accused of spying in China pleads to return home

'help me': aussie accused of spying in china pleads to return home
Ties between China and Australia have deteriorated in recent months and China's near-silence about Yang's fate has only further strained relations An Australian academic arrested in China accused of..
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'Help me go home': Detained writer Yang Hengjun makes plea to Scott Morrison

Prime Minister Scott Morrison says allegations a Chinese-Australian writer detained in Beijing has spied on behalf of Australia are "absolutely untrue".
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Australia presses for jailed Yang Hengjun’s release as China warns against interference

China says Australia should respect its judicial sovereignty and refrain from interfering in the case of a dual citizen charged with espionage in Beijing.
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China warns Australia to respect handling of Yang Hengjun espionage case

China’s foreign ministry has hit back at the federal government, warning it must not intervene in the Asian powerhouse's espionage case against an Australian writer.
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SBS World News bulletin: 27/8/19

SBS News wraps-up all the national and international news, including: The government rejects Beijing's allegations that Australian citizen Yang Hengjun is a spy, Carrie Lam's warning to Hong Kong..
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'Disappointment' as China arrests Australian writer over espionage claims

Australian writer Yang Hengjun could face a lengthy jail sentence - or even the death penalty - after he was arrested on suspicion of espionage.
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China formally arrests Australian writer on suspicion of spying

china formally arrests australian writer on suspicion of spying
(Bloomberg) -- An Australian writer detained in China seven months ago has been formally arrested on suspicion of espionage, triggering swift demands from the government in Canberra that he be allowed..
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Australian writer Yang Hengjun arrested for espionage in China

Australian writer Yang Hengjun could face a lengthy jail sentence - or even the death penalty - after he was arrested on suspicion of espionage.
SBS - Published

Australian writer arrested, held in 'harsh conditions' in China

Australian writer Yang Hengjun has been formally arrested in China on suspicion of espionage and is being held in "harsh conditions", the Australian government said on Tuesday.
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Yang Hengjun: Australian writer faces spying charges in China

Australia says it has serious concerns for Yang Hengjun who has been detained in Beijing since January.
BBC News - Published

Australian writer arrested in China on suspicion of espionage

Australian writer Yang Hengjun has been formally arrested in China on suspicion of espionage, the Australian government said on Tuesday.
Reuters - Published

'Irresponsible remarks': China hits back at Australia over Yang Hengjun detention plea

China has hit back at Australia for interfering in its investigation of a Chinese-Australian writer, calling remarks by its foreign minister "irresponsible".
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China takes 'compulsory measures' against Australian writer: ministry

China's foreign ministry said Friday it has taken "compulsory measures" against Chinese-born Australian writer Yang Hengjun, who has been in detention since January on suspicion of action that..
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Australia 'deeply disappointed' by writer's detention in China

Australia is "deeply disappointed" that Chinese-born writer Yang Hengjun had been transferred to criminal detention in China, Foreign Minister Marise Payne said in a statement on Friday.
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Australia says China transfers writer Yang to detention in Beijing

China has moved Australian writer Yang Hengjun to a detention center in the capital, Beijing, Australia's foreign ministry said on Thursday, just as a measure to detain him without legal representation..
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Yang Hengjun: The Australian writer held by China for six months

Blogger Yang Hengjun has not been heard from since being arrested for "endangering national security".
BBC News - Published