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Germany Accuses Vietnam of Abducting Businessman Seeking Asylum in Berlin

Germany said they were considering what steps to take next on Wednesday after Vietnam did not respond to their demands for returning a former oil executive that was allegedly kidnapped in Berlin by Vietnamese agents, according to Reuters. Germany’s foreign ministry accused Vietnam of the abduction of Trinh Xuan Thanh last week, who was counted in the Southeast Asian country on charges of financial mismanagement that caused $150 million in losses but was seeking asylum in Germany. Thanh’s Germany lawyer said that he believed his client was shoved into a car and forced back to Vietnam since he would never …read more

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