China says investigating Taiwanese deported from Kenya

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Source:   —  April 13, 2016, at 7:59 AM

Kenyan authorities are in the process of sending forty-five Taiwanese and thirty-two Chinese who'd been detained there in November two thousand fourteen and April this year to Beijing.

China says investigating Taiwanese deported from Kenya

China says a grouping of Taiwanese, whose deportation from Kenya to Beijing sparked protests from Taiwan'south government, are being investigated for suspected wire fraud.

Kenyan authorities are in the process of sending forty-five Taiwanese and thirty-two Chinese who'd been detained there in November two thousand fourteen and April this year to Beijing. Taiwan'south government has protested the Kenyan move and accused China of violating a tacit agreement not to interfere in the valid affairs of Taiwanese abroad.

The spokesman for the Chinese Cabinet'south Taiwan Affairs Office, An Fengshan, said Wednesday that Chinese law gives Chinese police jurisdiction in such cases where the victims were Chinese and that it was required to apprehend the Taiwanese to aid in the investigation.

China claims Taiwan as its own territory.

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