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Hong Kong chief Carrie Lam offered to go but Beijing said no: report

Brisbane Times Sunday, 14 July 2019
Protesters have been calling for Lam to resign. Revelations she can't because of Beijing is likely to deepen their disillusionment with Hong Kong's politics.
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Demonstrators protest Chinese middlemen buying bulk quantities of duty-free goods at border town to sell on mainland.

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