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Second death in Hong Kong protests as Xi Jinping demands end to violence

WorldNews Thursday, 14 November 2019
Second death in Hong Kong protests as Xi Jinping demands end to violenceA second man has died during the protests in Hong Kong, hours after China’s president issued his most direct warning yet to the city, saying it needed to urgently “end violence and restore order”. A 70-year-old cleaner who is thought to have been hit by a brick during a clash between protesters and...
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Hong Kong's chief executive has said that ongoing violence exceeded protesters' demands for democracy and demonstrators are now the people's enemy.

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