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Factbox: Foreigners held in China on national security grounds

Reuters Tuesday, 27 August 2019
China has arrested a Chinese-born Australian writer on suspicion of espionage, the Australian government said on Tuesday, as tension grows between Canberra and its largest trading partner.
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