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China protests support of U.S., others for Taiwan support at WHO

Reuters Tuesday, 19 May 2020
The Chinese envoy to the World Health Organization (WHO) on Tuesday denounced support shown by the United States and other members to Taiwan during its annual ministerial assembly.
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