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Spy Balloon Leads to Scuttled Diplomatic Trip
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The launch of a spy balloon by Chinese officials, which they did not anticipate would end up in the US, led to the scuttling of a diplomatic trip between the US and China, highlighting the need for stable diplomatic relations despite small incidents.

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