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Hong Kong protesters vow to ‘keep fighting’

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Hong Kong protesters vow to ‘keep fighting’

Hong Kong protesters vow to ‘keep fighting’

Protesters in Hong Kong have vowed to ‘keep fighting’ as widespread demonstrations continue against Chinese rule

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