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Live phoner: Investigation on Mekong murder still ongoing

07-12-2012 22:22 BJT

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Chinese police chief, Meng Jianzhu has paid a visit to the site of the Mekong murder that claimed the lives of 13 Chinese sailors last October. Meng is the highest-ranking Chinese official to visit the site. Full Story >>

For more analysis on the Mekong River case, we’re now joined by Mr. Jia Xiudong, a research fellow from the China Institute of International Studies. Welcome, Mr. Jia.

Q1: An investigation has been underway since the Mekong Massacre occurred more than 9 nine months ago. What’s your perspective on the the probe?

Q2: China and Thailand have made joint efforts to fight against criminal gangs and secure regional safety. Could you please give us more insight on this international law enforcement cooperation?


Editor:Zheng Limin |Source: CNTV.CN

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