A Fountain Hills woman has been detained by Chinese officials for three months, and her family and friends have been given no answers about the circumstances surrounding her arrest. In a statement emailed by Galassini, Peterson's son, Dawei "David" Jiang, said he and his mother had flown to China for a funeral service for Peterson's father. On arrival, David and his mother were taken off the airplane and taken to a room where Peterson's phone was confiscated. David later was told by the U. I've asked Rep. Sue did give me permission from the embassy to give information to me regarding her health," Galassini said.
Fountain Hills woman detained for 3 months by Chinese authorities in Shanghai
Australia Concerned Over Three Detained Citizens Accused Of Spying In Iran
Four young women from China ended up spending 18 days in detention sharing a cell with criminals for missing immigration endorsement. The four recounted their ordeal in a press conference organised by the Chinese-Consulate General in Sabah at the Kota Kinabalu Airport. Wu said they were confronted when leaving Tawau airport to fly to Kuala Lumpur and told to report to immigration the following day. Wu said all of them cried when they were informed of the detention and they were handcuffed. She said they were sharing the cell with murderer and drug addicts. All of them were traumatised by the ordeal. They only met their family members on 26 December and some good Samaritans who extended helping hands to them.
3 Chinese women detained at South Korea immigration after plastic surgery
The subject who is truly loyal to the Chief Magistrate will neither advise nor submit to arbitrary measures. Audio for this article is not available at this time. This translation has been automatically generated and has not been verified for accuracy.
Australian Trade Minister Simon Birmingham has expressed concern for three Australians Iran has detained and accused of espionage, but distanced their plight from the previous weekend's attack on Saudi oil facilities, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation ABC reported on September He was responding to Tehran's acknowledgment for the first time on September 17 that it is holding two British-Australian citizens and an Australian national for allegedly spying. An Australian couple were alleged to have used a drone to take pictures of military sites, judiciary spokesman Gholamhossein Esmaili was quoted by the judiciary-affiliated Mizan news agency as telling reporters. Esmaili said all three were in prison and awaiting trial, adding that the matter involved two separate cases.