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Australia, China tensions rise over coronavirus inquiry call

Reuters Tuesday, 28 April 2020
Australia has asked the Chinese ambassador to explain what it called a threat of "economic coercion" in response to Canberra's push for an international inquiry into the source and spread of the coronavirus.
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