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WHO chief calls Pompeo remarks 'unacceptable'

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WHO chief calls Pompeo remarks 'unacceptable'

WHO chief calls Pompeo remarks 'unacceptable'

The head of the World Health Organization said on Thursday that reported comments by U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo questioning his independence were untrue and would not distract the organization from its work in fighting the coronavirus.

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