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China says outspoken Australian lawmakers should repent

Reuters Sunday, 17 November 2019
Two Australian lawmakers who were denied entry to China for a study tour because of their outspoken criticism of Beijing must "repent and redress their mistakes" if they want to visit the country, China's embassy in Canberra said.
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