Chinese court to set a date for verdict in trial of Canadian Michael Kovrig | The World

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The second of two Canadian nationals facing espionage charges in China has appeared in court. Michael Kovrig was arrested in 2018, amid a diplomatic spat between Canada and Beijing. More than two years later, he’s due to finally have his day in court, albeit behind closed doors. Tyson Whelan reports.

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