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Hong Kong Struggles To Restore Normalcy After October 1 Anniversary Protests

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Hong Kong Struggles To Restore Normalcy After October 1 Anniversary Protests

Hong Kong Struggles To Restore Normalcy After October 1 Anniversary Protests

City workers in Hong Kong were busy on Monday, cleaning up after a weekend of sometimes violent protests.

Train services resumed after pro-democracy activists vandalize a railway station and shopping mall.

Police on Sunday fired tear gas to disperse protesters in the latest clashes in more than three months of unrest.

The protests have plunged the Chinese-ruled city into its worst political crisis in decades.

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