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Hong Kong residents clear up roadblocks after night of protests

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Hong Kong residents clear up roadblocks after night of protests

Hong Kong residents clear up roadblocks after night of protests

Residents and street cleaners were seen clearing up roadblocks in the Kowloon district of Hong Kong on Tuesday morning (November 19).

The roadblocks were set up to help protesters leave Hong Kong Polytechnic University without being arrested.

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