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Beijing, on HK, says no country would let separatists endanger security

Reuters Friday, 22 May 2020
China said on Friday it opposed foreign interference in Hong Kong and that no country would allow separatists to endanger national security, responding to the latest U.S. criticisms about Beijing's handling of the city.
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