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Angry Hong Kong protesters hold illegal march after attacks on activists

SBS Sunday, 20 October 2019
Pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong again defied police on Sunday by holding a large unauthorised march.
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News video: Hong Kong protesters set up roadblocks, clash with police

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Hong Kong protesters flooded the city's streets on Sunday in defiance of a ban by the authorities on their march, setting up roadblocks and tossing firebombs amid the firing of tear gas by police.

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