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Beijing Probes Former Senior Space Official For Discipline Violations, Not Espionage

WorldNews Wednesday, 24 July 2019
Beijing Probes Former Senior Space Official For Discipline Violations, Not EspionageChina said the investigation into former military official Qian Weiping was not related to espionage claims as initially reported by a Hong Kong-based newspaper on Wednesday, but is for suspected discipline violations and duty-related crimes, according to The South China Morning Post. Foreign media sources said Lieutenant General Qian, former deputy head of the equipment development department of the Central Military Commission (CMC) of the Communist Party of China, was under investigation for spying after his son was allegedly working with the United States Central Intelligence Agency."I can say clearly that allegations that Qian was involved in an espionage case are not true. Qian is being...
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