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>> China's anti-corruption watchdog announced on Sunday that Meng Hongwei, the head of Interpol who had been reported missing, is currently under investigation by Chinese authorities for suspected violations of the law. The President of the International Criminal Police Agency had been reported missing by his wife, who said she had not heard from him since September 25th.
Meng was traveling to China from France, where Interpol is based. When asked about the latest development out of China on Sunday, the French Interior Ministry said it had no information. But authorities in France did say that Meng's wife had been placed under police protection after receiving threats. Interpol's main role is to help police forces in different countries tell each other about wanted suspects.
Last week, the agency said the disappearance of its president who's held the top job since 2016 is, quote, a matter for French and Chinese authorities. Interpol had no immediate comment on Sunday.