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Mid-Autumn Festival lantern protests to light up Hong Kong

Reuters Thursday, 12 September 2019
Hong Kong activists will combine anti-government protests with lantern celebrations marking the Mid-Autumn Festival this weekend after a brief lull in sometimes violent demonstrations which have rocked the Chinese-ruled city since June.
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