Former Interpol President Meng Hongwei at the headquarters of the International Police Organisation in Lyon, France, this year. He was detained by Chinese authorities in September. Photo: Reuters

Interpol to choose new president after China’s detention of former chief Meng Hongwei

  • Meng Hongwei, who was China’s vice-minister of public security while also leading Interpol, was detained as part of a corruption purge
  • More than 1,000 delegates from most of the 192 member-states are meeting in Dubai
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Former Interpol President Meng Hongwei at the headquarters of the International Police Organisation in Lyon, France, this year. He was detained by Chinese authorities in September. Photo: Reuters
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