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Hong Kong should not be left to die

The world can still China's behavior toward its freedom-loving territory

TOKYO -- Hong Kong, Asia's financial hub, is having a near-death experience. The national security law imposed by mainland China is already robbing the city of its accustomed freedoms.

On July 1, the day after the law came into force, 10 protesters, including a number who took to the streets bearing pro-independence flags were arrested under the new law.

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