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Foreign Minister stands by her comments on China\'s new defence zone MP3

The Foreign Minister, Julie Bishop, says she stands by her comment that China's declaration of an expanded air defence zone in the East China Sea earlier this week is 'irresponsible'. China says the Minister's remark could damage the relationship between China and Australia. Source: abc.net.au

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