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'Hit-and-run': Hong Kong braces for fresh protests after night of violence

The Age Sunday, 22 September 2019
Demonstrators vow to use "hit-and-run tactics" while targeting Hong Kong's airport in a fresh wave of protests on Sunday.
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News video: Hong Kong protesters take position behind wall of umbrellas ahead of confrontation with police

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Hong Kong protesters clashed with police outside New Town Plaza mall in Sha Tin on Sunday (September 22).

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