News Wire | Thursday, Oct. 27, 2022

Evidence ‘Invalidated’ in Explosive Report on Mexico’s 43 Missing Students

By Natalie Kitroeff, Ronen Bergman & Oscar Lopez | The New York Times (free)

This summer, the government said it had uncovered what happened during the 2014 mass abduction. Arrest warrants quickly followed. But since then, the criminal case and the new account have unraveled.

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Dutch Are Investigating Reported Illegal Chinese Police Stations

By Isabella Kwai & Emma Bubola | The New York Times

The Dutch government said on Wednesday that it was investigating reports that Chinese law enforcement agencies illegally operate offices in the Netherlands—without Dutch knowledge or approval—to police Chinese citizens overseas.

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