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Hong Kong protesters plan shopping mall sit-ins after hill-top human chains

Reuters Saturday, 14 September 2019
Hong Kong pro-democracy activists plan sit-ins at shopping malls on Saturday after a night in which protesters took to the hills to form lantern-carrying human chains, the latest demonstrations in months of unrest in the Chinese-ruled city.
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