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Hong Kong protests grow violent as masked assailants attack demonstrators, passengers at subway station

FOXNews.com Monday, 22 July 2019
Dozens of people were injured at a subway station in Hong Kong on Sunday when a mob of masked assailants attacked protesters and passengers in a dramatic escalation of violence amid ongoing protests in the Chinese territory.
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Demonstrators and police clashed violently Sunday as tens of thousands took to the streets of Hong Kong to protest for the seventh consecutive weekend.

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