Asia Briefs: Taiwan accuses China of insensitivity

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2018.02.13. 22:00
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February 14, 2018 5:00 AMTAIPEI • Taiwan has accused China of insensitivity in announcing that Papua New Guinea (PNG) had downgraded its relations with the self-ruled island while Taiwan was still dealing with the aftermath of a deadly earthquake.



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