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Senate Sends Trump a Bill to Punish Chinese Officials Over Hong Kong

NYTimes.com Thursday, 2 July 2020
The legislation would impose sanctions on officials responsible for instituting and enforcing China’s new security law targeting Hong Kong’s autonomy.
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