Nancy Pelosi: China will not stop U.S. visiting Taiwan

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Nancy Pelosi: China will not stop us visiting Taiwan: US House of Representatives speaker Nancy Pelosi has said that China will not isolate Taiwan by preventing American officials from travelling there.

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Beijing called her visit to the island a provocation and on Thursday began military drills.

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