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WEEK IN REVIEW: Mutual Expulsions of Indian and Chinese Reporters Almost Complete

The mutual expulsions of Indian and Chinese reporters are now almost complete. The last Chinese journalist in India, a reporter for Xinhua, was expelled last week, leaving just one reporter from the Press Trust of India still in China as the only remaining Indian foreign correspondent. (THE HINDU)

Sri Lankan Foreign Minister Ali Sabry began a six-day visit to China on Sunday with talks with Foreign Minister Qin Gang. Specific details of their discussion were not released but their meeting comes as attention shifts back to China’s role in Sri Lanka’s debt crisis now that creditors have restructured Zambia’s bilateral loans. (NEWSWIRE)

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