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Malaysia deports 74 telecom fraud suspects to China

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has deported 74 telecom suspects, including 21 from Taiwan, to in the latest instance of Southeast Asian countries deferring to China's position on the self-governing island.

China's official Xinhua News Agency reported that the suspects arrived in the central city of Wuhan yesterday night on a chartered plane escorted by police.



regards as a part of and pressures its allies and smaller neighbours to abide by that position.

Taiwanese state media reported that Taiwanese officials protested the deportations to Malaysia, saying they "hurt the longstanding friendship" between the two sides.

Cambodia and are among the countries that have sent dozens of Taiwanese suspects to mainland China.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Malaysia deports 74 telecom fraud suspects to China

Malaysia has deported 74 telecom fraud suspects, including 21 from Taiwan, to China in the latest instance of Southeast Asian countries deferring to China's position on the self-governing island. China's official Xinhua News Agency reported that the suspects arrived in the central city of Wuhan yesterday night on a chartered plane escorted by police. China regards Taiwan as a part of China and pressures its allies and smaller neighbours to abide by that position. Taiwanese state media reported that Taiwanese officials protested the deportations to Malaysia, saying they "hurt the longstanding friendship" between the two sides. Cambodia and Kenya are among the countries that have sent dozens of Taiwanese suspects to mainland China. has deported 74 telecom suspects, including 21 from Taiwan, to in the latest instance of Southeast Asian countries deferring to China's position on the self-governing island.

China's official Xinhua News Agency reported that the suspects arrived in the central city of Wuhan yesterday night on a chartered plane escorted by police.

regards as a part of and pressures its allies and smaller neighbours to abide by that position.

Taiwanese state media reported that Taiwanese officials protested the deportations to Malaysia, saying they "hurt the longstanding friendship" between the two sides.

Cambodia and are among the countries that have sent dozens of Taiwanese suspects to mainland China.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Malaysia deports 74 telecom fraud suspects to China

has deported 74 telecom suspects, including 21 from Taiwan, to in the latest instance of Southeast Asian countries deferring to China's position on the self-governing island.

China's official Xinhua News Agency reported that the suspects arrived in the central city of Wuhan yesterday night on a chartered plane escorted by police.

regards as a part of and pressures its allies and smaller neighbours to abide by that position.

Taiwanese state media reported that Taiwanese officials protested the deportations to Malaysia, saying they "hurt the longstanding friendship" between the two sides.

Cambodia and are among the countries that have sent dozens of Taiwanese suspects to mainland China.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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