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Hong Kong protests: Violence ramps up as police and protesters clash again

The Age Sunday, 17 November 2019 ()
Police and protesters have once again clashed in the streets of Hong Kong on Sunday afternoon, six months after unrest over the extradition bill began.
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News video: Protesters Still Clashing With Police At Hong Kong University

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The violence began last week when protesters set up a heavily fortified camp on Hong Kong Polytechnic University&apos;s campus on Thursday.

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