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Hong Kong gears up for Christmas holiday protests

Reuters Monday, 23 December 2019
Hong Kong is gearing up for demonstrations over the Christmas week with protesters planning to gather in districts across the city, including in prime shopping malls, the latest in more than six months of unrest.
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News video: Hong Kong wakes up after Christmas Eve clashes

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Protests leave a trail of destruction after clashes spilled out across malls and the tourist hub in Hong Kong on Christmas Eve. Libby Hogan reports.

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