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Malaysia deported 32 Taiwanese fraud suspects to China Saturday, Taiwan authorities said, leaving the island's government furious once more in the latest bout of cross-strait diplomatic sparring.Twenty of the Taiwanese were deported back to Taiwan two weeks ago, where they were initially allowed to go free.Taiwan's justice ministry said Saturday that it had raised concerns with China Friday after hearing the deportations were to go ahead.But the Chinese side informed Taiwan Saturday that the suspects were being deported to the mainland, the justice ministry said. CNA reported China had invited Taiwanese officials to go to the mainland to jointly investigate the case.
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