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'One country, two systems': What's behind the Hong Kong protests

CTV News Wednesday, 14 August 2019 ()
Continued unrest in Hong Kong has resulted in hundreds of injuries, many more arrests, and increasing international attention.
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Foreign minister Dr Andrew Murrison says that the UK "recognises China's sovereignty" over Hong Kong and emphasised the "one country, two systems" solution set out in the 1984 Sino-British Joint Declaration. Dr Murrison's comments come days after Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab was told by Beijing to...

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