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Australia Seeks Answers and Access After Writer’s Detention in China

NYTimes.com Thursday, 24 January 2019 ()
Officials said they were pressing China to let consular officials visit Yang Hengjun, a Chinese-Australian writer whose detention last week has yet to be explained.
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According to a report by Reuters, on Wednesday, the Australian government said that China has detained a Chinese-Australian writer who had flown in from New York last week, and that the circumstances surrounding why he was being held remain unknown. The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade...

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