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Taiwan to set up office to help people fleeing Hong Kong

Reuters Thursday, 18 June 2020 ()
Taiwan said on Thursday it will set up a dedicated office to help those thinking of fleeing Chinese-ruled Hong Kong as Beijing tightens its grip on the former British colony.
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