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Taiwan not on US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s Asia itinerary

There has been no mention of Taiwan as a port of call on the congressional delegation's visit to the Indo-Pacific region. US-China tensions are running high over reports Pelosi would visit the self-ruled island.

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