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Disappointment after Hong Kong protests force cancellation of Asia Pacific Deaf Games

SBS Friday, 11 October 2019 ()
The peak body for deaf sport in Australia says next month’s Asia Pacific Deaf Games have been cancelled due to the unrest in Hong Kong.
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