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Hong Kong mops up after weekend of violence, braces for more protests

Reuters Monday, 12 August 2019 ()
Metro stations in Hong Kong resumed regular service on Monday and streets were being cleaned of debris as the city recovered from another night of violent clashes between anti-government protesters and police, with more protests planned this week.
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Hong Kong protesters plan to defy a police ban on marches by taking to the streets once again Sunday. According to Reuters, this comes after a weekend of demonstrations, which saw police fire teargas. For a third day, anti-government protests were planned in different locations, such as the city’s...

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