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Hong Kong Nears 6 Months Of Protests

NPR Wednesday, 13 November 2019
Protests have intensified in Hong Kong after one activist was shot and a pro-Beijing supporter set on fire. The demonstrations are in their fifth month.
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HONG KONG — Ongoing protests have been taking place in Hong Kong for 24 consecutive weeks. Around midday on November 12, protesters in black clothing as well as office workers took to the streets and occupied an intersection in the city's business district, Central. The police fired tear gas in...

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