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Protesters peacefully mourn dead student across Hong Kong

Reuters Friday, 8 November 2019
Protesters gathered across Hong Kong to mourn a university undergraduate who died on Friday after falling in a car park during pro-democracy demonstrations this week, a death that could yet trigger more unrest.
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