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Mike Pompeo says China’s New York consulate is major spy hub

China’s New York consulate is being used as a major hub for the Communist nation’s US espionage efforts, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told The Post after an NYPD cop was arrested and charged with spying for the Chinese government.

US arrests three Chinese nationals for visa fraud

The US has charged four Chinese nationals with visa fraud for allegedly lying about their membership of China's armed forces.

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