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Hong Kong feels freedoms slipping away as China tightens grip

On the 20th anniversary of Britain's handover of Hong Kong to China, thousands of people filled parts of downtown Hong Kong Saturday demanding the Chinese government respect the city's special status and the rights that come with it. Ben Tracy reports.
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