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UK's May to raise Hong Kong protests with China's Hu

Reuters Monday, 17 June 2019
British Prime Minister Theresa May will raise the issue of protests in Hong Kong with China's Vice Premier Hu Chunhua, who is on a visit to London to boost economic and financial cooperation, May's spokesman said on Monday.
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News video: Hong Kong protesters vow to escalate action

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A small number of protesters still lingered outside Hong Kong's Legislative Council (LegCo) complex on Thursday, expressing dissatisfaction with leader Carrie Lam's public apology, despite business continuing as usual across the city. Rough cut - no reporter narration.

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