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Topic - Han Han
A group of prominent Chinese writers have demanded millions of dollars in compensation from technology giant Apple Inc. for allegedly selling unlicensed versions of their books in its online store, a lawyer said Monday.
Celebrity author Han Han has filed a defamation lawsuit in Shanghai against a writer who alleges some of Han's prolific works were penned by others.
Police on Tuesday confirmed a link between Italian and Greek anarchists, saying the Italian group that sent parcel bombs to three Rome embassies was responding to an appeal from a Greek counterpart to step up attacks.
Well-known novelist and race car driver Han Han is among the writers taking the legal action, he said.
In writings online, Han Han has denied the accusations.