Chinese policemen practice controlling drones after a ceremony to mark the establishment of the first police drone squad in Nanjing in eastern China's Jiangsu province Tuesday July 14, 2015. (Chinatopix Via AP) CHINA OUT
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Chinese police say that foreign tourists detained and later deported from northern China "admitted" to watching videos advocating terrorism, state-media reported Sunday.The brief report by the Xinhua news agency is the most detailed official explanation provided of the detentions of the mostly British and South African tourists last week.A total of 20 visitors from South Africa, Britain and India were held at Ordos airport in China's northern Inner Mongolia region on Friday last week, sparking diplomatic concern.Xinhua cited police as saying that 11 of the tourists were deported last Saturday, and the nine others on Wednesday.Several of those on the 47 day tour of China were reportedly Muslims.
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