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Beijing to unveil plans for national security laws in Hong Kong: report

Reuters Thursday, 21 May 2020
Beijing will announce a resolution for national security legislation in Hong Kong, proscribing secession, foreign interference and terrorism, the South China Morning Post newspaper reported on Thursday, citing unnamed sources.
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