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China attacks Pelosi for meeting Hong Kong activists

Seattle Times Thursday, 19 September 2019
BEIJING (AP) — China’s foreign ministry has accused U.S. congressional leader Nancy Pelosi of making irresponsible remarks about pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong and urged the U.S. to stop interfering in China’s internal affairs. Spokesman Geng Shuang said Thursday that Pelosi and other American lawmakers had confused right and wrong by engaging with what he […]
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Hong Kong singer and activist Denise Ho will testify with Joshua Wong and other activists in Washington on Tuesday to call on U.S. lawmakers and businesses to criticize Beijing's actions in Hong Kong. Ryan Brooks reports.

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