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Japan confirmed Monday that a Japanese man in his 40s has been detained by Chinese authorities since September on suspicion of violating Chinese law, saying it has been providing him with necessary assistance.

“We have extended our maximum support, with consular officials meeting him and helping him get in touch with his family,” Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said at a news conference.

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