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China: US official's trip to Taiwan will lead to 'necessary responses'

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China: US official's trip to Taiwan will lead to 'necessary responses'Chinese officials on Thursday promised to issue "necessary responses" to the U.S. on Thursday after a top State Department official arrived in Taiwan for economic discussions. The statement came as U.S. Under Secretary of State Keith Krach became the highest-ranking U.S. official to visit...
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News video: China conducts more exercises near Taiwan as US official visits

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China, which claims the democratically-ruled island as its own, says combat drills are to defend its 'sovereignty'.

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