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Outflanked by China in Africa, Taiwan eyes unrecognised Somaliland

WorldNews Wednesday, 1 July 2020
Outflanked by China in Africa, Taiwan eyes unrecognised SomalilandBy Ben Blanchard TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan and the breakaway African region of Somaliland will establish representative offices in each other's capitals, Foreign Minister Joseph Wu said on Wednesday, as a diplomatic tug-of-war escalates with Beijing. Taiwan has formal diplomatic ties with just 15 countries because of pressure from China, which considers the island to be its...
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