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Column: Hong Kong Was My Refuge, Now Its Freedom Is at Stake

Now, it is clear that China had no intention of allowing Hong Kong to maintain its unique and free way of life, writes novelist Ma Jian

Alabama to Enforce 'Chemical Castration' for Some Child Molesters

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