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Triad gangsters attack Hong Kong protesters following violent demonstrations, opposition says

CBC.ca Monday, 22 July 2019
Hong Kong's opposition Democratic Party is investigating attacks by suspected triad gangsters on train passengers on Sunday, after a night of violence opened new fronts in the political crisis now deepening across the city.
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