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Trade war

China warns citizens on risks of US travel, including shootings

Harassment by law enforcement also cited in latest advisories

Chinese tourists pose for photographs with the Charging Bull sculpture in New York. China issued a pair of warnings June 4 over U.S. travel.    © Reuters

NEW YORK -- China on Tuesday warned its citizens against travelling to the U.S., citing harassment by immigration officials and frequent shootings, in the latest salvo in the escalating trade war between the two countries. 

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued an alert after reports of harassment by law enforcement, including immigration checks and home visits, ministry official Chen Xiongfeng told a news conference in Beijing.

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