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Hong Kong sees heavy police presence to deter protests on China's national day


Last year clashes broke out between protesters and police during the event, but China has since imposed a security law that has mostly quelled dissent.

Added on the 01/10/2020 16:49:16 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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