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Hundreds march in Hong Kong against use of tear gas; city braces for further protests

Reuters Sunday, 1 December 2019 ()
Hundreds of protesters in Hong Kong, including many families with children, marched on Sunday in protest against police use of tear gas as the Asian financial hub geared up for further anti-government demonstrations following a week of calm.
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