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Huawei: Chinese media accuses US of 'hooliganism' over Meng Wanzhou arrest

The News Articles Friday, 7 December 2018
Chinese language media have lashed out at the United States over the arrest of senior Huawei govt Meng Wanzhou, accusing the rustic of the use of “hooliganism” to suppress the Chinese language telecom massive on the centre of what’s becoming a big diplomatic incident. State-run China Day by day mentioned the arrest of Huawei’s leader …
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The Chinese government is calling for for the release of Meng Wanzhou. She's an executive at Chinese electronics maker Huawei. According to Gizmodo, she was arrested in Canada last weekend while transferring flights. Meng reportedly faces extradition to the U.S. for allegedly violating American...

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