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Pro-Beijing lawmaker stabbed in the chest in Hong Kong

CBS News Thursday, 7 November 2019
A prominent pro-Beijing lawmaker in Hong Kong was attacked Wednesday by a knife-wielding man while campaigning in the semi-autonomous Chinese city. Video of the incident shows a man handing Junius Ho a bunch of flowers and chatting before pulling out a knife and stabbing him in the chest.
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Video captures Hong Kong lawmaker stabbing 01:45

Mobile phone footage captures the moment a controversial pro-Beijing politician is attacked.

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