Outrage in Hong Kong as China pushes security law

Police interrupt a march by a group of pro-democracy protesters (C), before issuing them with fines for breaking government-imposed social distancing rules against the COVID-19 coronavirus, during their route from outside the Western Police Station to the Chinese Liaison Office in Hong Kong on May 22, 2020. A proposal to enact new Hong Kong security legislation was submitted to China's rubber-stamp on May 22, state media said, a move expected to fan fresh protests in the semi-autonomous financia





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