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Taiwan envoy says he's hopeful Biden-Xi meeting will reduce tensions in the Asia-Pacific region

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Taiwan envoy says he's hopeful Biden-Xi meeting will reduce tensions in the Asia-Pacific region

Taiwan envoy says he's hopeful Biden-Xi meeting will reduce tensions in the Asia-Pacific region

US President Joe Biden is heading back to Washington after attending the annual summit for Asian leaders that was hosted this year in San Francisco.


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