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Hong Kong: Dozens of arrests look more like a purge than law enforcement

Sky News Wednesday, 6 January 2021
Hong Kong: Dozens of arrests look more like a purge than law enforcementCritics of the National Security Law (NSL) imposed by Beijing on Hong Kong have described its powers as sweeping - and today authorities swept wide. 
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