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Hong Kong denies 'slavery' as prisoners work nights to make face masks

Reuters Tuesday, 10 March 2020
KUALA LUMPUR (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Hong Kong prison authorities rejected criticism of "modern slavery" on Tuesday as female inmates started working night shifts to produce millions of face masks after the fast-spreading coronavirus triggered shortages.
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