‘I worry China may launch a war’: Taiwan’s FM speaks out

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In the wake of live-fire exercises by China following US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s visit to the island, Taiwan’s Foreign Minister Joseph Wu says he is worried about a full-scale war and says they must show they are not scared of Beijing. #CNN #News

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