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Hong Kong protests: Mfat looking at evacuation of Kiwis in troubled city

New Zealand Herald Wednesday, 14 August 2019 ()
Hong Kong protests: Mfat looking at evacuation of Kiwis in troubled cityAs the situation in Hong Kong worsens, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade has drawn up contingency plans to evacuate Kiwis there if necessary.Newstalk ZB's political editor Barry Soper says Kiwis planning to travel to the...
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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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