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China state media blames Hong Kong protests on 'lawlessness'

Reuters Wednesday, 12 June 2019
Protests in Hong Kong over planned new extradition laws with China are "hammering" the city's reputation, with outbreaks of "lawlessness" undermining rule of law, Chinese state media said in editorials published on Thursday.
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On Thursday Chinese state media said in editorials published across the country protests in Hong Kong over planned new extradition laws with China are “hammering” the city’s reputation, with outbreaks of “lawlessness” undermining rule of law. Reuters reports that Hong Kong riot police and...

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