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Hong Kong girds for more protests; student in critical condition

Reuters Friday, 8 November 2019
Hong Kong authorities readied on Friday for a series of student demonstrations and further weekend protests, the latest in more than five months of anti-government unrest that has sparked the Chinese-ruled city's worst crisis in decades.
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