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China calls Prague council's move to cancel pact a 'breach of faith'

Reuters Wednesday, 9 October 2019
China hit back on Wednesday at a decision by the Prague city council to cancel a partnership agreement with Beijing that would have required it to commit to the "one China" principle affirming that Taiwan is a part of China.
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