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2 scholars, said to be banned, had no China travel planned

WorldNews Thursday, 24 September 2020
2 scholars, said to be banned, had no China travel plannedCANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Two Australian scholars reportedly banned from China said Thursday they had no intention of traveling there for fear for their personal safety. The Chinese Communist Party’s English-language newspaper Global Times cited unidentified sources in reporting the two had been banned from entering China but...
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