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Beijing accuses G7 of ‘Interference’

Beijing has accused the Group of Seven industrialised nations (G7) of “interference in internal affairs” after its summit meeting in England. The spokesman for the Chinese embassy in London said on Monday that the communiqué distorted facts about Xinjiang, Hong Kong and Taiwan and denigrated China. It reveals “the sinister intentions of the US and some other countries”.

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