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Hong Kong activists front up to Thai consulate in protest support

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Hong Kong activists protest outside the Thai consulate in the city in support of pro-democracy protests in Bangkok. A couple of dozens activists and supporters waved placards in support of Thai protesters and stuck posters on the windows of the building housing the consulate, while police warned those present to disperse.Prominent local activist Joshua Wong said Hong Kong stands with protesters in Thailand, adding the country "inspires Hong Kongers a lot to continue our fight for freedom".

Added on the 19/10/2020 23:02:49 - Copyright : AFP EN

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