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Hong Kong: Clashes after massive protest against extradition law

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Hong Kong: Clashes after massive protest against extradition law

Hong Kong: Clashes after massive protest against extradition law

Chinese state media says 'foreign forces' trying to hurt Beijing by creating chaos after mass rally ends in violence.

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