The United States on Monday urged citizens to “reconsider travel” to Hong Kong, citing an environment in which the central Chinese government “unilaterally and arbitrarily exercises police and security power” in the semi-autonomous city.New guidance released by the State Department supersedes a June notice that suggested US citizens travelling to Hong Kong only “exercise increased caution” because of the coronavirus as well as civil unrest there.Since then, however, concerns in Washington about…



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