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( ) -q-22- UNDATED (Correspondent Jeremy House) “as its territory.”
China’s government has accused Taiwan’s ruling party of seeking independence.
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TAG: The two nations split during the civil war that brought the Communists to power in China in 1949, with the losing Nationalists setting up their own government in Taiwan.
VERBATIM: The accudation comes a day after the Taiwan’s president lobbied for Australia’s support in joining a regional trade pact. China’s Taiwan Affairs Office also said that recent Chinese military drills around Taiwan were held to combat what it called “the arrogance of Taiwan independence separatist forces.” China claims the island of Taiwan as its territory.
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