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Hong Kong violence forces students to flee, city ‘slipping into the abyss of terrorism,’ Chinese officials say

FOXNews.com Wednesday, 13 November 2019 ()
Protests have paralyzed Hong Kong for a third consecutive day as clashes with police turned increasingly violent, having forced an exodus of mainland Chinese students from the city that Beijing said was “slipping into the abyss of terrorism.”
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News video: Hong Kong on edge as anti-government protests grip city

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Hong Kong police fired tear gas on Tuesday in the Central financial district, over the harbour in Mong Kok and at universities to break up pro-democracy protests which they said were leading the city to the “brink of total breakdown”.

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