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China's top legislative body decreed Wednesday that Chinese officials could enforce mainland law at a new railway station in Hong Kong, despite protests that this would erode the city's autonomy.Britain handed back Hong Kong to China in 1997 under an agreement which preserved the city's own government and legal system and guaranteed rights and freedoms unseen on the mainland.Beijing has recently stressed its overall authority over Hong Kong.Pro-democracy politicians in Hong Kong expressed dismay.
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