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G7 foreign ministers urge China not impose security law on Hong Kong

Reuters Wednesday, 17 June 2020 ()
The G7 foreign ministers issued a joint statement on Wednesday calling on China not to follow through with plans to impose national security legislation on Hong Kong.
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