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The apparent move follows the two news organizations' reporting on financial dealings of China's rulers.
A high profile editorial calls Britain “merely a country of old Europe suitable for tourism and overseas study, with a few decent football teams.” Charm diplomacy?
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Despite recriminations, The New York Times once again publishes an expose alleging extraordinary income among China's ruling elite.
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