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Protesting in Hong Kong shopping malls a new tactic

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Protesting in Hong Kong shopping malls a new tactic

Protesting in Hong Kong shopping malls a new tactic

Hong Kong police have fired tear gas to disperse protesters who trashed parts of a shopping mall and adjacent metro station.

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