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China suspends U.S. military visits to Hong Kong, sanctions U.S.-based NGOs

Reuters Monday, 2 December 2019
China said on Monday U.S. military ships and aircraft won't be allowed to visit Hong Kong, and also announced sanctions against several U.S. non-government organizations for encouraging protesters to "engage in extremist, violent and criminal acts."
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A spokeswoman for China&apos;s Foreign Ministry announced Monday that the country is now suspending U.S. warship and aircraft visits to Hong Kong.

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