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Police battle protesters as strike paralyses Hong Kong

Reuters Monday, 5 August 2019
Police fired tear gas at protesters in multiple parts of Hong Kong on Monday after a general strike hit transport and the city's Beijing-backed leader warned its prosperity was at risk.
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