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Xi meets Lam in 'vote of confidence' over Hong Kong protests

Newsday Tuesday, 5 November 2019
Chinese President Xi Jinping's surprise meeting with Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam was a "vote of confidence" in her government's ability to tackle five months of anti-government protests, a senior official said Tuesday.
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News video: Hong Kong protesters set barricade on fire after police fire tear gas

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Hong Kong police fired volley after volley of tear gas to break up anti-government protesters after night fall on Saturday, as protest in the China-ruled city entered its 22nd week. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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