China's Xi condemns 'cliques' and 'conspiracies' within party

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BEIJING (Reuters) - China's President Xi Jinping condemned "cliques", "conspiracies" and "fraud" within upper echelons of the Communist Party and said there were urgent problems to be addressed, state media reported on Wednesday.
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