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Hong Kong: Is it safe to visit as protests escalate?

New Zealand Herald Thursday, 8 August 2019 ()
Hong Kong: Is it safe to visit as protests escalate?Hong Kong's protests have become more unpredictable, grown increasingly violent and spread beyond government districts in recent days, about two months after they kicked off. Still, experts say the city is safe for travelers - as...
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News video: Hong Kong hit by another weekend of protests

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About a thousand protesters gathered in Tai Po, a town in the north of the territory, on Saturday (August 10) where they marched around the district. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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