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Cherish rule of law, says Hong Kong's senior judge

Reuters Monday, 13 January 2020
Hong Kong's most senior judge made a rare public plea on Monday for the rule of law to be protected amid often violent anti-China protests rocking the financial center since mid-2019.
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