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Chinese court gives Japanese man prison term for spying

  • May 11, 2019
  • , Jiji Press , 7:41 p.m.
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Beijing, May 11 (Jiji Press)–A Chinese court has sentenced a Japanese man to five years and six months in prison and ordered the confiscation of his property worth 200,000 yuan for spying, informed sources said Saturday.

Dalian Intermediate People’s Court in the northeastern province of Liaoning handed down the sentence to the man in his 60s on Friday, the sources said.

The Japanese government has confirmed that the man was detained in Dalian in May 2017 and arrested in September the same year. Details of his spying allegations were not disclosed.

Since 2015, China has detained at least nine Japanese nationals on spying or other charges. The man is the fifth to receive a court ruling.

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