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China has warned the international community that it had "no right to interfere" in the case of detained outspoken artist Ai Weiwei, who is under investigation for unspecified economic crimes. A political analyst in Hong Kong says the prosecution of the outspoken artist depends much on his "attitude" during detention, as Beijing attempts to clamp down on dissent by making an example of him. REFILING DOPESHEET WITH CORRECTED HEADLINE. Duration: 00:55.