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G20 Osaka summit: China 'wont allow' discussion on Hong Kong, even as Donald Trump plans to raise discussion on city's mass protests

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China said that it will not allow a discussion on Hong Kong at the G20 this week even as US president Donald Trump plans to raise the city's mass protests during his meeting with President Xi Jinping.
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