Worker at Britain’s Hong Kong consulate is feared detained in China

Missing worker from Britain’s Hong Kong consulate may be held in China

21.8.2019

Missing worker from Britain’s Hong Kong consulate may be held in China

HONG KONG — China has detained an employee of the British Consulate in Hong Kong after he crossed the border into the mainland, his family and his girlfriend said, raising fears that Chinese authorities might be targeting travellers they suspect of supporting the Hong Kong protests.

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