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Employee of Britain's Hong Kong mission held in China over prostitution: report

Reuters Thursday, 22 August 2019
An employee of the British consulate in Hong Kong has been detained in China for involvement in prostitution, the state-backed Global Times newspaper said on Thursday, as Britain said it continued to urgently seek information.
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Britain said on Tuesday it was &quot;extremely concerned&quot; by reports that a staff member at the consulate in its former colony of Hong Kong had been detained in mainland China. Megan Revell reports.

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