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China tells U.S. to back off after lawmakers condemn Hong Kong violence

Reuters Tuesday, 13 August 2019
China's foreign ministry on Tuesday told the United States to stay out of its internal affairs after some U.S. lawmakers, including House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi, condemned what they called acts of violence by police against protesters in Hong Kong.
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