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Hong Kong protesters and opponents battle in old communist stronghold

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Hong Kong protesters and opponents battle in old communist strongholdHong Kong (AFP) Aug 6, 2019

Armed with wooden poles and ransacked road signs, pro-democracy protesters and their opponents fought an extraordinary battle on a Hong Kong street, exposing deep ideological fault lines coursing through the city. Dozens of unidentified men charged onto a road where protesters had been walking and attacked them with long wooden poles on Monday night. The shocking scenes - captured on fi
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