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U.S. should look at its own problems, China says after Pence speech

Reuters Friday, 25 October 2019
The United States would do better to look at its own domestic problems like gun violence rather than turning its ire on China, the Foreign Ministry said on Friday, lambasting U.S. Vice President Mike Pence for a critical speech on China.
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The United States would do better to look at its own domestic problems like gun violence rather than turning its ire on China, the Foreign Ministry said on Friday, lambasting U.S. Vice President Mike Pence for a critical speech on China. YahairaJacquez reports.

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