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China's New Security Law In Hong Kong Causes Libraries to Pull Pro-Democracy Books in Fears of Violations

HNGN Monday, 6 July 2020
China's New Security Law In Hong Kong Causes Libraries to Pull Pro-Democracy Books in Fears of ViolationsThe new security law China passed in Hong Kong recently has caused libraries to pull pro-democracy books from their shelves and placed them under review. the legislation also has prominent activists quieting down in fears of being arrested and extradited to the mainland.
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