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Zheng Yanxiong: China appoints hard-line Hong Kong security chief

BBC News Friday, 3 July 2020
Zheng Yanxiong is best known for a crackdown on protesters over a land dispute in 2011.
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China has approved a controversial new security law for Hong Kong, which many Hongkongers claim will erode the territory's autonomy. Hong Kong's chief executive Carrie Lam refused to discuss the law during a press conference shortly before Chinese authorities approved it.

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