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Chinese state media urge action, voice support for Hong Kong police after overnight clashes

Reuters Wednesday, 14 August 2019
Chinese state media called on Beijing on Wednesday to deal with protests in Hong Kong more decisively after a reporter from one of China's largest government-backed newspapers was caught up in overnight clashes.
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