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Death of Hong Kong student likely to trigger further protests

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Death of Hong Kong student likely to trigger further protests

Death of Hong Kong student likely to trigger further protests

A graduation ceremony at Hong Kong University of Science of Technology took on a mournful atmosphere on Friday after it became clear that a HKUST student who fell down during a police clearance operation had died.

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