Mass Protests in Hong Kong Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators gather in Hong Kong to protest a proposed anti-subversion law that would allow Chinese officials to ban organizations they believe threaten national security. Critics say such a law -- likely to be approved this week -- would infringe on civil liberties. NPR's Rob Gifford reports.
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Security Law Sparks Mass Protests in Hong Kong

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Security Law Sparks Mass Protests in Hong Kong

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Security Law Sparks Mass Protests in Hong Kong

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Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators gather in Hong Kong to protest a proposed anti-subversion law that would allow Chinese officials to ban organizations they believe threaten national security. Critics say such a law — likely to be approved this week — would infringe on civil liberties. NPR's Rob Gifford reports.