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Taiwan Urges Hong Kong to Investigate Killing That Helped Stir Protests

NYTimes.com Friday, 18 October 2019
A suspect in a Taiwan murder could be released in days. The case led to the extradition bill that set off Hong Kong’s protest movement.
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A prominent leader in the Hong Kong protests is in stable condition following an attack by unknown assailants.

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