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Int'l Herald TribuneNov 19, 2019
Hong Kong Updates: More Than 1,000 Detained at a University, and a Warning From Beijing
After a three-day standoff with the police only about a dozen protesters remained on the campus of the besieged university.

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Hong Kong campus holdouts desperately seek escape routes (Reuters World News)

Reuters World NewsNov 19, 2019
U.N. decries Hong Kong protesters' violence, calls for calm
The U.N. human rights office said on Tuesday that some Hong Kong demonstrators' resorting to extreme violence, including against police, was "deeply regrettable and cannot be condoned" and voiced concern that the situation could deteriorate further.

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Hundreds of protesters leave Hong Kong university, scores remain (Reuters World News)

NewsweekNov 19, 2019
Florida Man Punches Little League Umpire in the Face, Threatens to 'Kick His Ass' After Disagreeing With Call—Police
Alberto Escartin Ramos, 22, allegedly screamed at the umpire that he would "kick his ass" before punching the victim in the face, leaving him with a cut lip and broken tooth, police said.

Reuters World NewsNov 19, 2019
Student protesters hold out as Hong Kong leader urges peaceful resolution
Hong Kong's embattled leader Carrie Lam said on Tuesday she hoped a standoff between police and a hold-out group of anti-government protesters at a university could be resolved and she had told police to handle it humanely.

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Protesters hold out as Hong Kong leader urges peaceful resolution (CBC Top Stories)

Reuters World NewsNov 18, 2019
New Hong Kong police chief says fake news undermining reputation of his force
New Hong Kong police chief Chris Tang took office on Tuesday with a warning that "fake news" was undermining the reputation of his police force.

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China's state council appoints new police chief in Hong Kong (Reuters World News)
Hong Kong university becomes center of tense standoff between police, protesters (ABC News)

Reuters World NewsNov 18, 2019
Nicaraguan police accuse anti-government protesters of planning attacks
Nicaraguan police on Monday accused 16 anti-government protesters of planning to carry out terrorist attacks in the Central American country, which has been rocked by more than a year-and-a-half of protests against the government.

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Hong Kong Campus Protesters, Police Clash As Anti-Government Unrest Spreads (Huffington Post World News)
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