Demonstrator with mask of China's President Xi Jinping's mask and a banner reading "release Bei Feng and Chang Ping's relatives !" during the protest against his visit in Czech Republic on March 29, 2016 in Prague. / AFP / Michal Cizek
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China dissident's brother denies politics behind his arrest: mediaThe detained brother of a Chinese dissident has denied he was held over an online call for President Xi Jinping to resign, according to a letter released by police.Germany-based writer Chang Ping -- whose given name is Zhang Ping -- has said authorities detained three of his family members in connection with the online call, whose authorship is unclear and which appears to have prompted a wide-ranging inquiry. Chinese authorities have detained several people in what appears to be a reaction to the letter, which was attributed to "Loyal Communist Party Members" and appeared on Wujie News, a state-backed website, before it was deleted.
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