China urges U.S., Australia to stop ‘making waves’ in Asia-Pacific

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#China criticized the United States and #Australia on Friday, saying they are interfering in China’s internal affairs and the Asia-Pacific region after the two countries expressed concerns regarding the South China Sea, Xinjiang, Hong Kong and Taiwan.

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