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Hong Kong protesters to take their democracy message to U.S. Consulate

Reuters Sunday, 8 September 2019 ()
Hong Kong protesters calling for democracy for the Chinese-ruled city plan to take their message to the U.S. Consulate on Sunday after another night of violence in the 14th week of unrest.
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News video: Hong Kong protesters chant ‘USA! USA!’ in march on US Consulate

Hong Kong protesters chant ‘USA! USA!’ in march on US Consulate 02:32

Many tens of thousands of pro-democracy protesters march through the streets of Hong Kong Central and onto the US Consulate on Sunday (September 8).

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