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Protesters Still Clashing With Police At Hong Kong University

Newsy Tuesday, 19 November 2019 ()
Protesters Still Clashing With Police At Hong Kong UniversityWatch VideoThe number of protesters stuck inside Hong Kong Polytechnic University continues to shrink. 

Those protesters have been clashing with police for several days. Anti-government demonstrators set up a heavily fortified camp on the university campus last week. Many of the protesters were reportedly college and high...
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News video: Hong Kong students leave besieged university campus

Hong Kong students leave besieged university campus 00:43

A group of student protesters appeared to leave Hong Kong Polytechnic University on Tuesday night, Reuters footage showed.

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