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Hong Kong: Protesters escape beseiged university by climbing down ropes

SBS Monday, 18 November 2019 ()
Violent clashes between police and protesters at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University have resulted in multiple people arrested and injured.
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For days, Hong Kong’s protesters fortified a university campus to keep police from getting in. Cornered by authorities, they are now trying to get out. Officers repelled one attempt with tear gas, driving a few hundred protesters back into the Hong Kong Polytechnic campus. The situation has played...

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