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Be on your guard, Hong Kong activists tell Merkel before China trip

Reuters Tuesday, 3 September 2019
Days before Angela Merkel leaves for a tricky visit to Beijing, prominent Hong Kong activists have written to the German Chancellor calling her to be guided by her memories of life in dictatorial East Germany in her dealings with Beijing.
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel raised the question of Hong Kong during a visit with Chinese Vice Premier Li Keqiang in Beijing, calling for a peaceful solution to end months of protests in Hong Kong that began over a controversial extradition bill. Jayson Albano reports.

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