Foreign ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said Gui Minhai (pictured) had broken Chinese law and been subjected to “criminal coercive measures”, a term generally used to mean detention. Photo: Phoenix TV
Foreign ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said Gui Minhai (pictured) had broken Chinese law and been subjected to “criminal coercive measures”, a term generally used to mean detention. Photo: Phoenix TV

China confirms Gui Minhai, a Swedish citizen and Hong Kong bookseller, is in detention

Gui ‘broke Chinese law and has already been subjected to criminal coercive measures’, foreign ministry spokesman says

Foreign ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said Gui Minhai (pictured) had broken Chinese law and been subjected to “criminal coercive measures”, a term generally used to mean detention. Photo: Phoenix TV
Foreign ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said Gui Minhai (pictured) had broken Chinese law and been subjected to “criminal coercive measures”, a term generally used to mean detention. Photo: Phoenix TV
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