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Hong Kong protests: Pro-Beijing politician injured in knife attack

Mid-Day Thursday, 7 November 2019
*Hong Kong:* A firebrand pro-Beijing politician in Hong Kong was wounded in a knife attack on Wednesday, the latest tit-for-tat political violence to break out in a city engulfed by seething pro-democracy protests. The stabbing came as the city's unpopular leader Carrie Lam said her resolve to crack down on the protesters had...
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