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Hong Kong sees 20th weekend of protests

By Bloomberg
22 October 2019   |   9:20 am
Hong Kong protesters unleashed another wave of destruction on the city, setting fires and wrecking shops in a pattern of violence that has taken root after 20 weeks of demonstrations. Stephen Engle reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia."

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