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Hong Kong Justice Secretary attacked by 'violent mob' in London

France 24 Friday, 15 November 2019
The Hong Kong government condemned on Friday an attack by a "violent mob" on the city's justice secretary in London, the first direct altercation between demonstrators and a government minister during months of often violent protests.
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Hong Kong's Secretary of Justice Teresa Cheng was injured after being attacked by pro-independence activists in London on Thursday (November 14).

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