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China state media criticize foreign 'hypocrisy' over Hong Kong after climbdown

Reuters Sunday, 16 June 2019
Foreign "meddling" in the affairs of Hong Kong is hypocritical and "ill-intentioned", and Beijing will continue to back embattled chief executive Carrie Lam despite calls for her to resign, the official China Daily said on Monday.
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