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Hong Kong protest moves peacefully to mob-attack subway as major bank issues warning

Brisbane Times Wednesday, 21 August 2019
A major bank warned that weeks of protests in Hong Kong could hit the economies of the Chinese-ruled city and mainland China itself as hundreds of demonstrators held a sit-in at the subway site of a midsummer mob attack.
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