China’s President Xi Jinping has warned that international powers will “get their heads cracked and bloodied” in the event that they try to bully or affect the nation.
He delivered a defiant speech at an occasion marking the centenary of the ruling Communist Occasion.
It comes as China faces criticism over alleged human rights abuses and its crackdown in Hong Kong.
Sophie Raworth presents BBC Information at Ten reporting by China correspondent John Sudworth.
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