Teen with US ties again on the run from China with fiancee


              Wang Jingyu is seen in a selfie sent from inside of Emirates flight from Dubai to Istanbul, Thursday, May 27, 2021. Wang, a permanent resident of the United States wanted by China, was freed by Dubai on Thursday, May 27, 2021, after spending weeks in detention, and boarded a flight to Turkey. Beijing had sought Wang over his online comments about a deadly confrontation between Chinese and Indian forces in 2020. (Wang Jingyu via AP)
            
              This undated photo released by rights group Safeguard Defenders shows Wang Jingyu in an undisclosed location. Wang, a permanent resident of the United States wanted by China, was freed by Dubai on Thursday, May 27, 2021, after spending weeks in detention, and boarded a flight to Turkey. Beijing had sought Wang over his online comments about a deadly confrontation between Chinese and Indian forces in 2020. (Safeguard Defenders via AP)
            
              This July 2021 photo provided by China Aid shows Wang Jingyu, right, and his fiancee, Wu Huan, on their arrival at Schiphol airport in Amsterdam. The couple is on the run from the threat of extradition to China, and is now in the Netherlands seeking asylum. (China Aid via AP)
            
              This July 2021 photo provided by China Aid shows Wang Jingyu, left, and his fiancee, Wu Huan, on their arrival at Schiphol airport in Amsterdam. The couple is on the run from the threat of extradition to China, and is now in the Netherlands seeking asylum. (China Aid via AP)
            
              Wang Jingyu speaks during an interview in a safe house in the Ukraine on Wednesday, June 30, 2021. He and his fiancee on the run from the threat of extradition to China, and is now in the Netherlands seeking asylum. Beijing had sought Wang over his online comments about a deadly confrontation between Chinese and Indian forces in 2000. (AP Photo)