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China to suspend US Navy visits to Hong Kong over bill

FOXNews.com Monday, 2 December 2019
China announced Monday that it will suspend U.S. Navy visits to Hong Kong in retaliation over President Trump's decision to sign legislation that supported the city's pro-democracy protesters who have taken to the streets since June.
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News video: China, HK voice anger against U.S. law

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Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam denounced U.S. legislation protecting human rights in the embattled city after it was passed last week. That comes after a ban by Beijing against U.S. military from visiting the city. Jayson Albano reports.

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