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Xi stirs up dispute over Taiwan

A new dispute has erupted over the status of Taiwan. On Monday, China’s State and Party leader Xi Jinping said in a speech that with Resolution 2758, the United Nations General Assembly had recognized on October 25, 1971, that the government representatives of the People’s Republic were the “only legitimate representative of China.” He spoke of a “victory for the Chinese people”.

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