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China, India Feud Intensifies as Both Countries Expel Nearly All Journalists From the Other Country

Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Mao Ning said Beijing had taken "appropriate action" in response to what she described as India's unfair treatment of Chinese journalists. Image via the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The Chinese government said it is taking what it described as “appropriate countermeasures” against India for expelling its journalists from the country.

Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Mao Ning told reporters on Wednesday it would retaliate against New Delhi for last month’s decision not to eject a Xinhua reporter, the last remaining Chinese journalist in the country.

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