China Warns Students After Reports of Questionings at DC Airport

The Chinese Embassy in the US warned students from the Asian nation to be careful when flying through Washington Dulles International Airport after it said “many” were interrogated there by border agents or sent back to China.

“The relevant practices of US border law enforcement officers have seriously affected the studies of Chinese students studying abroad and caused great psychological damage,” the embassy said in a statement Monday on its official WeChat account, adding that students have been “interrogated and harassed for no reason,” with some having been detained for several hours or had their visas revoked.

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