Interpol confirms Chinese official as its new president
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Meng Hongwei (R), Chinese Vice Public Security Minister, shakes hands with Nguyen Quang Dam, the commandant of the Vietnam Coast Guard, in Beijing, China, August 26, 2016. REUTERS/Stringer
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PARIS (Reuters) - Interpol said on Thursday Chinese public security official Meng Hongwei was the global police cooperation body's new president.
The official announcement from the body, headquartered in the French city of Lyon, followed an earlier announcement on the issue in China.
(Reporting By Brian Love)
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