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Two Canadians, Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor, confessed their guilt for crimes and were released on bail for medical reasons before they departed China on a plane to Canada on Friday, the Global Times reported citing a source close to the matter. After the confirmation from related departments and diagnosis of professional medical institutes and under the guarantee of the Canadian ambassador to China, the two were released on bail, the newspaper said citing the source. The two Canadians wrote confession and repentance letters and in case of violation, China can resume the trial of the alleged criminal acts, the newspaper said.