China accuses Australia of mass espionage, peddling rumours and stoking confrontation

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Foreign ministry in Beijing says evidence of Australia spying activities is ‘irrefutable’ but provides no new evidence

The Chinese government has labelled Australia a “fervent intelligence gatherer”, as it accuses Canberra of a mass scale espionage project that is “jeopardising others’ sovereignty and security”.

In a statement sent to Australian media on Tuesday morning, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said a report in the Global Times which claims Australian spies in China are instigating defections, spying on Chinese students and feeding fake news to the media to hype up theories about Chinese spying, is only “the tip of the iceberg”.

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