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Hong Kong police chief calls for peaceful, orderly protest march

Jerusalem Post Friday, 6 December 2019
Hong Kong police chief calls for peaceful, orderly protest marchSpeaking to reporters before departing for a "courtesy visit" to Beijing, newly-installed police commissioner Chris Tang urged Hong Kongers to set a global example.
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