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Hong Kong police fire tear gas as transport chaos grips city

Reuters Tuesday, 12 November 2019
Hong Kong riot police fired tear gas at a university campus on Tuesday and residents of the Asian financial center struggled to get to work as territory-wide transport disruptions wreaked commuter havoc and activists planned flash protests.
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