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Hong Kong Police End 2-Week Campus Siege

NYTimes.com Friday, 29 November 2019
The police found no protesters during a final search of Polytechnic University, the site of some of the most violent clashes the city has seen this year.
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News video: Protester cries as she chants outside Hong Kong's Polytechnic University

Protester cries as she chants outside Hong Kong's Polytechnic University 01:03

An emotional demonstrator was pictured outside Hong Kong Polytechnic University to show solidarity with student protesters yesterday (November 25). The campus building has been under siege by Hong Kong police for over nine days where people are still trapped inside.

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