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United States extends entry bans

The US State Department plans to expand existing travel bans against Chinese officials. Secretary of State Antony Blinken announced on Monday that the travel ban would apply in the future to individuals who are “responsible for, or complicit,” in repressive actions. Specifically, Blinken said the ban would apply to the repression “of religious and spiritual practitioners, members of ethnic minority groups, dissidents, human rights defenders, journalists, labor organizers, civil society organizers, and peaceful protestors in China and beyond.”

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