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China's state TV pulls live Arsenal game after Ozil comments

BBC News Sunday, 15 December 2019
China's state broadcaster CCTV has removed Sunday's Arsenal-Manchester City game from its schedule after comments made by Gunners midfielder Mesut Ozil, state media has reported.
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China&apos;s state broadcaster CCTV removed Arsenal&apos;s Premier League game against Manchester City from its broadcast schedule on Sunday after Mesut Ozil&apos;s messages that criticized the country&apos;s policy towards its Muslim Uighur minority. Libby Hogan reports.

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