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China backs sovereign immunity after U.S. Sept.11 bill becomes law

BEIJING (Reuters) - A country's domestic law should not supersede international law on anti-terrorism cooperation, China said on Monday, after the U.S. Congress last month approved a bill that allows relatives of the victims of the Sept. 11 attacks to sue Saudi Arabia.
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