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Biden warned not to 'stand in the way of 1.4 billion Chinese' on Taiwan


Beijing says it is ready to defend its national interests over Taiwan, in a rebuke to President Joe Biden's vow to protect the island from any invasion by China. "Do not stand in the way of 1.4 billion Chinese people", foreign ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin tells reporters.

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