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Hong Kong protests continue amid rage at activist death

Deutsche Welle Sunday, 10 November 2019
Anti-government sentiment has been compounded by anger at a student activist's death and the arrests of several pro-democracy lawmakers. Protesters have accused police of provoking violence.
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