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Foreign criticism of activists' arrests 'unfounded': Hong Kong

Reuters Friday, 1 May 2020
Hong Kong hit back on Friday at Washington and London for condemning the arrests in April of 15 pro-democracy activists, saying that their criticism was "unfounded" and "grossly irresponsible."
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