lørdag 13. februar 2016

China criticises Britain for 'interfering’ in case of missing Hong Kong booksellers

Beijing has strongly criticised Britain for suggesting that a Hong Kong bookseller believed to be detained by China was “involuntarily removed to the mainland”, accusing the former colonial power of interfering in Chinese domestic affairs. Britain on Friday released a report describing the disappearance of Lee Bo, who holds a British passport and published books critical of Chinese politics, as a “serious breach” of an agreement signed with Beijing before Hong Kong was handed back to China in 1997. Read more