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Hong Kong protesters crash NBA opening night party

Reuters Tuesday, 22 October 2019
Hong Kong pro-democracy supporters crashed the NBA's opening night party on Tuesday handing out thousands of black t-shirts as the Toronto Raptors prepared to begin the defense of their championship title against the New Orleans Pelicans.
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News video: Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters rally for Catalan independence

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Hundreds of Hong Kong protesters, some waving Catalan flags and banners urging to &quot;fight for freedom together&quot;, rallied in support of a separate Catalonia on Thursday, broaching an issue that is anathema to Hong Kong&apos;s Communist Party leaders in Beijing. Rough cut (no...

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