Couple Held in China Are Free, but ‘Even Now We Live Under a Cloud’

Politics

Kevin and Julia Garratt, Canadian Christian aid workers who lived in the northeastern Chinese city of Dandong, have been released after spending two years in detention, accused of being spies. Meanwhile, the Guardian has an interview with Swedish legal rights activist Peter Dahlin, who spent 23 days in a 'black prison' in Beijing accused of funding "radical political activists."