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Triads linked to violent pro-China gangs as Hong Kong protests enter dangerous new phase

The Age Monday, 22 July 2019
Turbulence in Hong Kong has reached a dangerous new phase, analysts say, amid escalating violence and the failure of Chief Executive Carrie Lam to respond to the political crisis.
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