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U.S. senators seek quick passage of Hong Kong rights bill

Reuters Thursday, 14 November 2019
Two senior U.S. senators began a process on Thursday for the U.S. Senate to quickly pass legislation that would place Hong Kong's special treatment by the United States under extra scrutiny, a sign of support for pro-democracy protesters in the Chinese-ruled city.
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