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Hong Kong activists vow to restart protests after China proposes sweeping new security law: 'They're taking direct control'

Independent Friday, 22 May 2020 ()
New law will allow Beijing's national security agencies to set up bureaus in Hong Kong for the first time
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'I will feel afraid of just going out' 01:07

Hong Kong residents give their reaction to the controversial national security law being planned.

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