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Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam faces public in dialogue session

By DW
29 September 2019   |   8:40 am
Carrie Lam has spoken with members of the Hong Kong public in a special dialogue session to resolve the city's political unrest. The meeting comes after 17 straight weeks of sometimes violent anti-government protests.

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