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China denies allegations its peacekeepers abandoned South Sudan posts

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China's defense ministry has rejected as "malicious speculation" allegations by a U.S.-based group that Chinese peacekeepers had abandoned their posts in South Sudan in July instead of protecting civilians.
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