Hong Kong leader tells US not to 'interfere' after fresh protests
Hong Kong leader tells US not to 'interfere' after fresh protests

Hong Kong (AFP) Sept 10, 2019 - Hong Kong's embattled leader warned the United States on Tuesday not to interfere with her government's response to the city's pro-democracy movement, after fresh protests called on Washington to ramp up pressure on Beijing.

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