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China envoy warns of 'very bad damage' if Canada follows U.S. lead on Hong Kong

Reuters Friday, 22 November 2019 ()
China's new ambassador to Canada on Friday warned Ottawa not to follow the U.S. lead and formally back protesters in Hong Kong, saying such a move would cause "very bad damage" to already poor ties with Beijing.
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