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Australia probes allegations China tried to plant spy in parliament

Reuters Sunday, 24 November 2019
Australia is investigating allegations that China tried to install an agent in a parliamentary seat in Canberra, the Australian Security Intelligence Organization said in a rare statement, adding it was taking the matter seriously.
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