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News Brief: Immigration Rule, Jail Conditions, Hong Kong Protests

NPR Tuesday, 13 August 2019 ()
The U.S. issues a new rule that could dramatically reshape the country's immigration system. Examining the conditions at the Metropolitan Correctional Center. Protests resume at Hong Kong's airport.
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News video: How can China intervene in the Hong Kong protests?

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HONG KONG — With the Chinese government strongly criticizing the now months-long protests in Hong Kong, many have wondered when the party's patience will end and what route Beijing will use to quiet the dissent. Here are a few of their options. According to CNN, Chinese military forces seen...

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