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Hong Kong | China lashes out against criticism of HK interference

  • Fri, 13 Oct 2017 12:37

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China has lashed out against critics of the decision to bar a British human rights activist from entering Hong Kong on Wednesday, claiming that it is a matter of domestic policy. In doing so, the Chinese government has acknowledged its hand in the decision. Benedict Rogers, the co-founder and deputy chair of the Conservative Party […]

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