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Hong Kong protests: Chinese soldiers clean up streets

BBC News Saturday, 16 November 2019 ()
Chinese soldiers in Hong Kong have left their barracks to help dismantle barricades built by protesters.
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Ongoing protests have been taking place in Hong Kong for 24 consecutive weeks.

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