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Xi tells Macau to crack down on actions that harm China's sovereignty

Reuters Thursday, 19 December 2019
President Xi Jinping said Macau must strictly enforce the law against anyone who tries to use the former Portuguese colony to undermine China, state broadcaster CCTV quoted him as saying on Thursday.
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