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#HongKong’s museum commemorating the #Tiananmen Square massacre has reopened after a two-month shutdown owing to the coronavirus pandemic. By @holongsze @hkfp Pix/vid: https://t.co/F2I96XVq9W @wuerkaixi @qinzhigang @FengCongde @ouyangyi1989 @ZhouFengSuo @RoseTangy https://t.co/EnKDzdmpv7
Suzanne Pepper on @hkfp: "With Beijing shrugging off international disapproval & mainland public security personnel settling in here for an indefinite stay, the prospects of finding local voices strong enough to make a difference seem bleak." https://t.co/Lfb1Z9dbPu #hongkong
Two years ago, the Holy See reached an agreement with the Chinese Communist Party, hoping to help China's Catholics. Yet the CCP’s abuse of the faithful has only gotten worse. The Vatican endangers its moral authority, should it renew the deal. https://t.co/fl0TEnYxKS
.@SecPompeo: Reports have exposed the [CCP’s] program of forced sterilizations and abortions of Muslims in Xinjiang, its abuse of Catholic priests and laypeople, and its assault on Protestant house churches... the Chinese people need the Vatican’s moral witness and authority. https://t.co/DV4iNzbOI0
The Chinese government says anyone it puts on its "unreliable entities list" will have an opportunity to contest it. I'm waiting for my chance to contest Beijing's barring me from Hong Kong and "sanctioning" me. Where is the independent public courtroom? https://t.co/qnVvPdbKXK https://t.co/GHnJDin5B1