(The Washington Post)
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China addresses alleged sonic attack and military exercise snub
Speaking at the State Department with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, China's foreign minister, Wang Yi, said that he hopes the U.S. will change its 'negative mind-set' in regards to the Pentagon's decision to disinvite China from a multinational military exercise.
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