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Pro-China protesters celebrate passage of controversial national security law in Hong Kong

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Hong Kong, Jun 30 (EFE).-China's National People's Congress Standing Committee on Tuesday morning unanimously approved a national security law for Hong Kong prohibiting acts of secession, subversion, terrorism and collusion with foreign forces to endanger national security. (Camera: JEROME FAVRE)SHOTLIST: PRO-CHINA PROTESTERS CELEBRATING THE PASSAGE OF THE NATIONAL SECURITY LAW OF HONG KONG.

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