Hong Kong says it will ‘not interfere’ in China detention of 12

September 14, 2020   |   Referencing article published by aljazeera.com
The government says ‘crimes’ of 12, picked up at sea as they tried to get to Taiwan, fall under mainland jurisdiction.
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