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China warns US ‘not to play with fire’ regarding Taiwan

Seattle Times Friday, 12 July 2019 ()
BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) — China’s foreign minister says the United States should not “play with fire” regarding Taiwan after the U.S. announced its intention to sell $2.2 billion in weapons to the island state. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi also said Friday during a visit to Hungary that his country has “grave concern” about Taiwanese […]
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