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Fresh clashes in Hong Kong after huge march to China station

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Fresh clashes in Hong Kong after huge march to China stationHong Kong (AFP) July 7, 2019

Fresh political violence broke out in Hong Kong on Sunday night as riot police baton-charged anti-government protesters seeking to keep the pressure up on the city's pro-Beijing leaders, after a mass rally outside a train station linking the finance hub to mainland China. Hong Kong has been rocked by a month of huge marches as well as separate violent confrontations with police involving a m
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