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News Brief: Hong Kong Protests, China Tariffs, Placido Domingo

NPR Wednesday, 14 August 2019 ()
Mainland China seems to be ramping up efforts against Hong Kong protesters. The U.S. is delaying some new tariffs against China. One of opera's most popular stars faces sexual misconduct allegations.
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News video: French 'Spiderman' hangs peace banner in Hong Kong

French 'Spiderman' hangs peace banner in Hong Kong 01:18

French "Spiderman" climber Alain Robert on Friday scaled up Hong Kong's Cheung Kong Center and unfurled a banner with "a message of peace", as the territory geared up for further mass pro-democracy demonstrations over the weekend. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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