June 24, 1956
Note from the British Representative Office in China regarding the 'Kashmir Princess' Aircraft Incident
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Con O’Neill informs Zhou Enlai that the 13 persons who were detained by the government of Hong Kong for investigation in connection with the crash of the aircraft "Kashmir Princess" had been deported due to insufficient evidence to hold any of them indefinitely on warrants of detention.
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