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Czech Senate speaker plans to visit Taiwan, angering China

WorldNews Tuesday, 9 June 2020
Czech Senate speaker plans to visit Taiwan, angering ChinaThe speaker of the Czech Republic's Senate has announced he will visit Taiwan despite warnings from China and a recommendation from his own government that he not take the trip ......
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