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Shops shut, traffic blocked as protests again roil Hong Kong

Reuters Saturday, 3 August 2019
Stores in the heart of Hong Kong's Kowloon shopping area shut their doors on Saturday and black-clad activists blocked thoroughfares as the Chinese-controlled city was again rocked by anti-government protests.
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