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China slam's US reckless behavior over COVID toll

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China's UN ambassador said Tuesday the U.S. should be held responsible for its "irresponsible behavior" in the handling of the pandemic. The comments are a response to Trump's earlier remarks where he asked the UN to hold China "accountable." (Sept. 22)
 
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US President Donald Trump has again blamed China as his country's death tollfrom Covid-19 passed 200,000. Mr Trump said the toll could have been as highas three million had his administration not acted to contain the coronavirus.

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