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Hong Kong students issue government deadline over demands

New Zealand Herald Thursday, 20 June 2019
An incredible viral shot reportedly showing thousands of protesters packing out the streets of Hong Kong is causing a stir — as it's been revealed the photo has been heavily doctored.The image, which has been shared and liked tens...
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