Now to an update on the British government worker in Hong Kong who went missing earlier this month during a trip to China.
According to China's foreign ministry on Wednesday, Simon Cheng has been detained in Shenzhen for 15 days after allegedly violating a law on public order.
Reason for his arrest is still unknown.
The ministry added his arrest was not a diplomatic issue.
It also issued a warning to British officials "stop meddling in Hong Kong affairs."

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