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Pompeo: Trump Would Raise Hong Kong Human Rights with Chinese President

Newsmax Sunday, 16 June 2019
President Donald Trump would raise the issue of Hong Kong human rights with China's President Xi Jinping at a potential meeting of the two leaders at the G20 summit in Japan this month, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Sunday."I'm sure this will be among the...
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