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Hong Kong protesters sing 'God Save the Queen' in plea to Britain

Reuters Sunday, 15 September 2019
Hundreds of Hong Kong protesters singing "God Save the Queen" and waving Union Jack flags rallied outside the British Consulate on Sunday demanding that the former colonial power ensures China honors its commitments to the city's freedoms.
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Hundreds of Hong Kong protesters waving Union Jack flags marched and sang "God Save the Queen", both on the streets and outside the British Consulate on Sunday, demanding that the former colonial power ensures China honors its commitments to the city's freedoms. Rough cut...

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