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Death of Hong Kong student likely to add fuel to unrest

Reuters Friday, 8 November 2019 ()
A student at a Hong Kong university who fell one floor in a parking lot during pro-democracy protests at the weekend died on Friday, the first student death in months of demonstrations in the Chinese-ruled city and a likely trigger for fresh unrest.
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Pro-democracy protesters call for city-wide vigil to honour the late 22-year-old student who died of his injuries.

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