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China frees UCLA basketball players held over 'shoplifting'

BBC News Wednesday, 15 November 2017 ()
China frees UCLA basketball players held over 'shoplifting'US President Donald Trump said he raised their case with China's president during his recent Asia trip.
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News video: UCLA Players Thank Trump, Get Suspended

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The three UCLA basketball players who were arrested in China for alleged shoplifting have been suspended from the team indefinitely. Liangelo Ball, Cody Riley and Jalen Hill apologized Wednesday and thanked President Trump for intervening. In a statement, Riley said, "To President Trump and the...

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