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Hong Kong lawyers march in silence to support democracy protesters

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Hong Kong lawyers march in silence to support democracy protestersHong Kong (AFP) Aug 7, 2019

Hong Kong lawyers held a silent march in support of anti-government protesters on Wednesday, highlighting the movement's enduring broad appeal despite increasingly ominous warnings from Beijing. Hundreds of lawyers dressed in black marched under the scorching sun from the city's highest court to the justice secretary's office. The rally came as daily demonstrations have become increasing
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Hong Kong's protests moved into a new phase as protesters and police adopted fast-moving tactics. The smaller, more hardcore protest that followed the peaceful afternoon march moved rapidly, to harry police while evading arrest. Police responded in kind, chasing protesters down streets and even...

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