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China tells G7 to stop interfering in Hong Kong affairs

Reuters Thursday, 18 June 2020 ()
China said on Thursday that the Group of Seven nations should stop interfering in Hong Kong affairs, responding to a joint statement issued by G7 foreign ministers calling for a halt to the national security legislation planned for the city.
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