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Hong Kong police to take both 'hard,' 'soft' approaches against protests

Jerusalem Post Saturday, 7 December 2019
Hong Kong police to take both 'hard,' 'soft' approaches against protestsThe police chief spoke ahead of a potentially large pro-democracy demonstration on Sunday and following nearly six months of sometimes violent protests in Hong Kong.
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