Yang Hengjun faces verdict in China following espionage trial | 7.30

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Family and friends of an Australian detained in China on spying charges are nervously awaiting a verdict and sentence that could be announced any day now. Yang Hengjun is a writer and former employee of China’s government and has been imprisoned for almost two and half years and was recently tried in secret.

As Bill Birtles reports, observers say the case is a warning for Australians who travel to China.

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