China accused of foreign interference after hijack of Scott Morrison’s WeChat account | The World

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China has been accused of foreign interference after Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s WeChat account was hijacked and re-named. The account on the widely-used Chinese social media platform was changed to “Australian-Chinese new life”, supposedly providing information for the Chinese community living here. China correspondent Bill Birtles says it’s still not entirely clear what’s happened.

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