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Flaming arrows and petrol bombs: Inside Hong Kong protesters' 'weapons factories'

Reuters Thursday, 14 November 2019
Under a November full moon, hundreds of young people dressed in black set about turning several of Hong Kong's top universities into fortresses, well stocked with improvised weapons.
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