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Australia investigates China plot to plant spy in Parliament

Seattle Times Monday, 25 November 2019
PERTH, Australia (AP) — Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said Monday that allegations of a Chinese plot to plant an agent into Australia’s Parliament are “deeply disturbing and troubling.” The Nine Network on Sunday aired explosive accusations that suspected Chinese operatives had offered Melbourne luxury car dealer Bo “Nick” Zhao 1 million Australian dollars ($679,000) […]
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Defector details China interference in Australia 01:37

Australia dealt with two allegations against China over the weekend, one pertaining to a supposed plot to install a Chinese agent in Australia's federal parliament, and the other coming from a Chinese defector who has spoken of Beijing's efforts to meddle in Australia, Taiwan and...

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