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Hunt for Chinese tourist who 'vandalised' sacred religious site in Eurospe to remove message of support for Hong Kong protests

Independent Monday, 30 December 2019
'We have done a good thing today,' says woman as video shows her throwing away Catholic cross. 'Our motherland is great'
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