Zhu Jian, a consular official at the Chinese embassy in Madrid, said that China would seek the extradition of those arrested for trial on the mainland. Photo: Handout Zhu Jian, a consular official at the Chinese embassy in Madrid, said that China would seek the extradition of those arrested for trial on the mainland. Photo: Handout
Zhu Jian, a consular official at the Chinese embassy in Madrid, said that China would seek the extradition of those arrested for trial on the mainland. Photo: Handout

Police crack Spain-based phone scam ring that swindled HK$10 million from victims in Hong Kong

Spanish and mainland Chinese officers raid 13 call centres in towns around Madrid, Barcelona and Alicante, arrest more than 200 Chinese nationals

Topic |   Scams and swindles
Zhu Jian, a consular official at the Chinese embassy in Madrid, said that China would seek the extradition of those arrested for trial on the mainland. Photo: Handout Zhu Jian, a consular official at the Chinese embassy in Madrid, said that China would seek the extradition of those arrested for trial on the mainland. Photo: Handout
Zhu Jian, a consular official at the Chinese embassy in Madrid, said that China would seek the extradition of those arrested for trial on the mainland. Photo: Handout
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