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China hits out at EU for 'irresponsible and erroneous' remarks over Hong Kong's extradition bill

Firstpost Thursday, 13 June 2019 ()
China on Thursday hit out at the European Union for making 'irresponsible and erroneous' remarks about Hong Kong's controversial extradition bill.
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