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China envoy raps Germany over meeting with Hong Kong activist

Reuters Wednesday, 11 September 2019 ()
A meeting between Germany's foreign minister and Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong will damage its relations with China, Beijing's ambassador to Berlin said on Wednesday in an unusually direct verbal attack on an important trade partner.
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