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Hong Kong police chief calls for peace ahead of big protest march

Reuters Friday, 6 December 2019
Hong Kong's police chief has urged citizens to demonstrate peacefully ahead of what is expected to be a large-scale pro-democracy march on Sunday, an event planned amid a lull in violence in the Chinese-ruled city.
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