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Chinese embassy says Australia claim of WHA vindication 'a joke'

Reuters Tuesday, 19 May 2020
The Chinese Embassy in Australia said it was "nothing but a joke" for Australia to claim that a World Health Assembly (WHA) resolution that calls for an inquiry into the coronavirus was a vindication of Canberra's push for a global review.
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