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Hong Kong holds its breath ahead of polls amid lull in violence

Reuters Friday, 22 November 2019 ()
Hong Kong is holding its breath ahead of elections on Sunday, which carry added significance after brutal attacks on candidates and months of unrest by protesters seeking the freedom to choose their own leader.
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News video: Hong Kong elections: Amid tensions, record numbers vote in district council polls

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Large numbers of people turned out to vote in local elections in Hong Kong on Sunday (November 24). The elections follow months of sometime violent protests by pro-democracy activists in Hong Kong.

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