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Hong Kong leader to hold dialogue aimed at easing tensions

Reuters Tuesday, 17 September 2019
Hong Kong's leader, Carrie Lam, said on Tuesday she and her team would begin dialogue sessions with the community next week, while reiterating that violence that has roiled the city over three months of protests must end.
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