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U.S. expert: Cyberspying charges against China are "a big deal"

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May 19, 2014
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U.S. officials announce a federal indictment against five Chinese military officers, charges that one expert says is "a big deal" in relations between the two countries. Nathan Frandino reports. Video provided by Reuters


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