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Thousands hold vigils as Hong Kong student's death triggers outrage

SBS Friday, 8 November 2019 ()
Thousands of Hong Kongers held vigils Friday night for a student who died from a fall during recent protester clashes with police, triggering fresh outrage from the pro-democracy movement and renewed violence.
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News video: Hong Kong student who fell during weekend protests dies

Hong Kong student who fell during weekend protests dies 02:29

Pro-democracy protesters call for city-wide vigil to honour the late 22-year-old student who died of his injuries.

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