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They were told that police were investigating possible links to a banned group, and accused them of watching “propaganda films” in their hotel rooms.
Nine people continue to be held in custody and a statement reportedly released by the Chinese authorities on Wednesday suggests they could soon be charged with criminal offences.
China will protect relevant people’s legal rights in accordance with the law and will continue providing the necessary assistance and convenience to relevant embassies for their consular duties.” The British embassy said it was “seeking further clarification on this from Chinese authorities”.
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Three British nationals and two with dual British-South African citizenship, along with three South Africans and an Indian national, are being held in police cells in the Inner Mongolia city of Ordos after they were arrested, along with 11 others, on Friday morning during a 47-day “ancient China” sightseeing trip.Mark Sonderup, from the South African Medical Association, said the group’s detention without trial or solid explanation from the Chinese authorities was “outrageous”.“You cannot simply detain people carrying the passports of another country without having clear reasons as to why you’re doing so,” he said. The South African government must step up to the plate and help its citizens.” In a statement to the Guardian newspaper, China’s foreign affairs ministry confirmed the detentions.We don't know what that means,” Imtiaz Sooliman, the group’s founder, said.He appealed to the Chinese government to provide solid evidence of wrongdoing or release them “unconditionally”, and to Cyril Ramaphosa, the South African deputy president currently on a state visit to China, to take up the case.