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Cycling: Track Cycling World Cup leg to go ahead in Hong Kong this weekend

Reuters Thursday, 28 November 2019
The track cycling World Cup leg in Hong Kong this weekend will go ahead as planned after a lull in violence across the city, which has been racked by anti-government protests for the past six months, the South China Morning Post has reported.
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