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China's ambassador to the UK summoned over Taiwan 'escalation'

Sky News Wednesday, 10 August 2022
China's ambassador to the UK summoned over Taiwan 'escalation'China's ambassador to the UK has been summoned to the Foreign Office over Beijing's "aggressive and wide-ranging escalation" against Taiwan.
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