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Hong Kong seniors rally to back students as activists decry police actions

Reuters Saturday, 30 November 2019 ()
Secondary school students and retirees joined forces to protest in Hong Kong on Saturday, the first of several weekend rallies planned across the city, as pro-democracy activists vowed to battle what they say are police brutality and unlawful arrests.
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