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Hong Kong Protest Ends In Knife Attack, Politician With A Bitten-Off Ear

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Hong Kong Protest Ends In Knife Attack, Politician With A Bitten-Off Ear

Hong Kong Protest Ends In Knife Attack, Politician With A Bitten-Off Ear

Hong Kong anti-government protesters crowded a shopping mall in running clashes with police on Sunday.

During the melee, a man with a knife slashed several people and apparently bit off part of a local politician’s ear.

A human chain in Cityplaza, in the eastern suburb of Taikoo Shing, turned into a face-to-face conflict.

Reuters reports protestors vandalized a restaurant in the mall after a peaceful chanting of slogans.

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