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Hong Kong protesters call for weekend rallies, police quit campus battleground

Reuters Friday, 29 November 2019
Pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong stirred support for more rallies over the weekend, as police withdrew on Friday from a university campus which had seen some of the worst clashes with security forces during nearly six months of unrest.
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