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Hong Kongers fret over Beijing's planned new security laws

Reuters Saturday, 23 May 2020 ()
Newspaper vendor Man, 60, was speechless when she saw the headline that Beijing plans to impose national security laws on Hong Kong, and worried what the future holds for youth in the Chinese-ruled city.
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