Western diplomatic boycott of Beijing Olympics widens • FRANCE 24 English

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Britain, Canada and Australia on Wednesday joined the United States in a #diplomaticboycott of the #BeijingOlympics in February, prompted by what the Western allies argue are widespread #rightsabuses by #China. FRANCE 24’s International Affairs Editor Philip Turle tells us more.

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