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17 Nov 2022
China is sticking to a zero-Covid strategy to stamp out virus clusters, but harsh lockdowns have battered the economy. The government mouthpiece has called on Beijing to stay the course.
10 Apr 2020
The Consul-General of Nigeria in Guangzhou, China, Anozie Madaubuchi Cyril was seen in a viral video confronting some Chinese officials days after a video of Nigerians being sent out of their apartments in China went viral on social media.
21 Aug 2017
1-1 draw in Guangzhou leaves both teams frustrated after controversial penalty decision.
8 Apr 2017
Renatinho scored a stunning free kick to put Guangzhou R&F 2-1 ahead in the Guangzhou derby on Saturday

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