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Missing Interpol chief under investigation, China says

By Reuters
09 October 2018   |   11:18 am
China said on Sunday it was investigating Meng Hongwei for suspected wrongdoing after the head of the global law enforcement organisation Interpol and Chinese vice minister for security was reported missing in France.

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