Mongolians protest top Chinese diplomat’s visit

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    Demonstrators in Mongolia’s capital Ulaanbaatar protest against a visit by China’s top diplomat, Wang Yi, amid accusations that Beijing is suppressing native language and culture in ethnic Mongolian regions of China.

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