Hong Kong Security Law, Re-Opening Colleges, Coronavirus And Guantánamo Bay Beijing has signaled it will push through sweeping national security legislation for Hong Kong, its most aggressive effort yet to exert its control over the semi-autonomous city. Also, the Centers for Disease Control has new recommendations for colleges and universities preparing to welcome back students during the coronavirus pandemic. And, legal proceedings have come to a virtual standstill at the U.S. military court and prison at Guantánamo Bay due to the pandemic. So what happens now?
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Hong Kong Security Law, Re-Opening Colleges, Coronavirus And Guantánamo Bay

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Hong Kong Security Law, Re-Opening Colleges, Coronavirus And Guantánamo Bay

Hong Kong Security Law, Re-Opening Colleges, Coronavirus And Guantánamo Bay

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Beijing has signaled it will push through sweeping national security legislation for Hong Kong, its most aggressive effort yet to exert its control over the semi-autonomous city. Also, the Centers for Disease Control has new recommendations for colleges and universities preparing to welcome back students during the coronavirus pandemic. And, legal proceedings have come to a virtual standstill at the U.S. military court and prison at Guantánamo Bay due to the pandemic. So what happens now?