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North Korea sanctions: will US-China relations last the week?

The countries are determined to cooperate—but there are icebergs on the horizon

By Andrew Hammond  

United States President Barack Obama (right) and and President XI Jinping of China during a toast at a State Dinner in the White House in Washington, DC on Friday, 25th September, 2015© Pool/ABACA/Press Association Images

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