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Baggio Leung (L) and Yau Wai-ching (R) of the Youngspirations organisation march during a protest in Hong Kong on November 6, 2016.
Hong Kong police used pepper spray November 6 to drive back hundreds of protesters angry at China's decision to intervene in a row over whether two pro-independence lawmakers should be barred from the city's legislature. In chaotic scenes reminiscent of mass pro-democracy protests in 2014, demonstrators charged metal fences set up by police outside China's liaison office in the semi-autonomous city. / AFP / ISAAC LAWRENCE        (Photo credit should read ISAAC LAWRENCE/AFP/Getty Images)
Baggio Leung (L) and Yau Wai-ching (R) of the Youngspirations organisation march during a protest in Hong Kong on November 6, 2016.
Hong Kong police used pepper spray November 6 to drive back hundreds of protesters angry at China's decision to intervene in a row over whether two pro-independence lawmakers should be barred from the city's legislature. In chaotic scenes reminiscent of mass pro-democracy protests in 2014, demonstrators charged metal fences set up by police outside China's liaison office in the semi-autonomous city. / AFP / ISAAC LAWRENCE        (Photo credit should read ISAAC LAWRENCE/AFP/Getty Images)

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