China has deported a group of twenty foreign tourists for watching video clips that allegedly advocated terrorism and religious extremism

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China has deported a group of twenty foreign tourists for watching video clips that allegedly advocated terrorism and religious extremism.
The official Chinese news agency says the tourists, who are from Britain, South Africa and India, watched an unspecified documentary in a hotel room.

China has deported a group of twenty foreign tourists for watching video clips that allegedly advocated terrorism and religious extremism.
The official Chinese news agency says the tourists, who are from Britain, South Africa and India, watched an unspecified documentary in a hotel room
However, at least two of the tourists, said they were actually watching a documentary about the 13th century Mongol leader, Genghis Khan, which may have been mistakenly deemed as propaganda material.

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