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Chinese state media accuses Australia of spying

SBS Monday, 29 June 2020
Chinese Communist Party-run tabloid Global Times has published claims that Australia is engaging in widespread spying against Beijing.
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Chinese state media accuses Australia of spying and feeding 'fake news' to media

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