Chinese journalist Gao Yu, who was imprisoned for nearly 6 year in the 1990s on charges of leaking state secrets, attends an opening ceremony of Chinese artist Liu Xia's photo exhibition in Hong Kong in 2012. Photo: AP
Chinese journalist Gao Yu, who was imprisoned for nearly 6 year in the 1990s on charges of leaking state secrets, attends an opening ceremony of Chinese artist Liu Xia's photo exhibition in Hong Kong in 2012. Photo: AP

new | Magazine denies detained Chinese journalist Gao Yu leaked ‘state secret’ document

Publisher of article suspected to be at centre of case says it got information through other channels

Chinese journalist Gao Yu, who was imprisoned for nearly 6 year in the 1990s on charges of leaking state secrets, attends an opening ceremony of Chinese artist Liu Xia's photo exhibition in Hong Kong in 2012. Photo: AP
Chinese journalist Gao Yu, who was imprisoned for nearly 6 year in the 1990s on charges of leaking state secrets, attends an opening ceremony of Chinese artist Liu Xia's photo exhibition in Hong Kong in 2012. Photo: AP
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