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China Wednesday thanked Kenya for deporting five people from Taiwan to the mainland as part of a crackdown on telecoms fraud, and urged Taiwan to support the action after its foreign ministry protested.A Kenyan court acquitted the five people from Taiwan, which China views as a wayward province, as well as 35 Chinese citizens, last Friday after the prosecution failed to prove a cyber-fraud case against them.A magistrate said the five should be repatriated to their place of origin, Taiwan, but on Monday, the Kenyan government instead sent them to mainland China, along with the 35 Chinese nationals.In April, Taiwan accused China of kidnapping eight of its nationals from Kenya after they were acquitted in a cyber-crime case.
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