Hong Kong protests at crossroads as traffic, frustration pile up




 
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October 7th, 2014  
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Topic: Hong Kong protests at crossroads as traffic, frustration pile up


By Donny Kwok and John Ruwitch HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong's dwindling pro-democracy protesters relaxed blockades of key places on Tuesday, allowing some business supplies in and out, although traffic was still largely snarled and talks with the government offered little hope of a quick solution. Hundreds of protesters in the second week of their campaign for greater democracy were camped out on the road leading into Hong Kong's main government and business districts, the last holdouts after days of rallies that attracted tens of thousands at their peak. ...




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