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Official says China backs bolder action over Hong Kong unrest

Reuters Wednesday, 6 November 2019
Beijing supports more bold measures to tackle the roots of unrest that has rocked Hong Kong for months, a senior Chinese official said on Wednesday, just hours after a knife-wielding man attacked a pro-Beijing lawmaker in the financial hub.
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