1. Fears for Australians in China after Chinese consul named in AFP warrant over political interference investigation  ABC News
  2. Australian lawmaker’s adviser challenges interference law  Washington Post
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A former senior Defence official and diplomat is calling for urgent action to protect Australians in China, in response to the ABC's revelations Australian police identified a Chinese consular official in a foreign interference investigation.A former senior Defence official and diplomat is calling for urgent action to protect Australians in China, in response to the ABC's revelations Australian police identified a Chinese consular official in a foreign interference investigation.

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A Chinese-born adviser to an Australian lawmaker is launching a constitutional challenge in Australia’s highest court against laws that ban covert foreign interference in domestic politicsA Chinese-born adviser to an Australian lawmaker is launching a constitutional challenge in Australia’s highest court against laws that ban covert foreign interference in domestic politics

Australian lawmaker’s adviser challenges interference law - The Washington Post

Chinese consulate general says it is ‘committed to promoting friendly exchanges and pragmatic cooperation’.Chinese consulate general says it is ‘committed to promoting friendly exchanges and pragmatic cooperation’.

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CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — A Chinese-born adviser to an Australian lawmaker has launched a constitutional challenge in Australia’s highest court against laws banning covert foreign interference in... CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — A Chinese-born adviser to an Australian lawmaker has launched a constitutional challenge in Australia’s highest court against laws banning covert foreign interference in...

Days after it was revealed that Australian police searched and questioned Chinese journalists and revoked the visas of some Chinese scholars, Australia reportedly accessed the communications of Chinese diplomats using the excuse of foreign political interference. The move was slammed by Chinese experts and officials as

Australia intercepting communications of Chinese diplomats a 'stupid' and 'vicious' move - Global Times

China will not interfere in the internal affairs of other countries, Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said on Wednesday, after Australia named China in foreign interference investigation.

China slams Australia's accusation of infiltration - CGTN

Australia has named China in a court document as the foreign state under investigation by police in its first foreign interference investigation, though Beijing dismissed the allegation as an anti-China smear.Australia has named China in a court document as the foreign state under investigation by police in its first foreign interference investigation, though Beijing dismissed the allegation as an anti-China smear.

Australian government lawyer names China in interference investigation | Reuters