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Chinese paper says Australia spying on embassy, monitoring citizens

Australia has been spying on China's embassy and "harassing" Chinese people to provide intelligence, an influential state-run newspaper said on Thursday, citing a security source. China and Australia have close business and economic ties, but Beijing is deeply suspicious of Canberra's defense relationship with Washington. Quoting an unidentified official with "China's national security department", the Global Times tabloid said the Australian government was spying on China and monitoring Chinese people in Australia.
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