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US rebukes China over Edward Snowden case

12 July 2013 Last updated at 06:21 BST

The US says it is "disappointed" over China's failure to hand over fugitive intelligence analyst Edward Snowden.

After talks with senior Chinese officials, US Deputy Secretary of State Edward Burns said Beijing's actions undermined "trust" in bilateral ties.

China said Hong Kong - which allowed Mr Snowden to leave for Russia - had acted in accordance with the territory's law.

Katy Watson reports from Washington.

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