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Obama urges China to 'cool' cyber, maritime tensions

US President Barack Obama(Center-R) meets with top Chinese officials at the conclusion of the seventh meeting of the US - China Strategic and Economic Dialogue in the Cabinet Room of the White House in Washington, DC, June 24, 2015US President Barack Obama urged Beijing to take “concrete steps” to ease tensions over cyber intrusions and maritime claims, as America and China wrapped up three days of candid talks. During talks with officials including Vice Premier Liu Yandong and Vice Premier Wang Yang, Obama “raised ongoing US concerns about China’s cyber and maritime behavior, and he urged China to take concrete steps to lower tensions,” the White House said in statement. Ties have strained over US accusations of cyber espionage and this week’s talks come after revelations of huge breaches of US government computer networks at the Office of Personnel Management.

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