Kenya Angers Taiwan by Deporting More Fraud Suspects to China

From the New York Times

Taiwan protested on Monday after five of its people were deported from Kenya to China, where they are wanted on suspicion of telecommunications fraud.

Taiwan’s Mainland Affairs Council, which handles relations with China, said the deportations “show contempt for human rights” and “hurt the feelings of the Taiwanese people.” The five men from Taiwan, along with 35 Chinese citizens who were also deported, were acquitted last week by a court in Nairobi, the Kenyan capital. They were accused of running a telephone fraud ring based in Kenya that primarily targeted mainland Chinese.

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