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Two pro-democracy lawmakers removed from Hong Kong Legislative Council

Reuters Thursday, 28 May 2020
Two pro-democracy lawmakers removed from Hong Kong Legislative CouncilTwo pro-democracy lawmakers were removed from Hong Kong's Legislative Council on Thursday where lawmakers were debating a bill that would make disrespect of China's national anthem a criminal offence.
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