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Priest becomes traffic guide to ease chaos

Violence just makes things worse. And this is a lesson that the Hong Kong government is just not getting. It caused the original peaceful protests by its crazy extradition amendment, and then by ignoring the peaceful protesters, the government bred violence, bred radical vandals, some of whom didn’t need much breeding. They were waiting for a chance to destroy Hong Kong.

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Pray for politicians to heal ailing governments

Pope Francis said, ‘It (politics) may be dirty, just like any profession can be dirty… We are the ones who dirty something but it is not so by nature. I believe that we must convert our hearts and pray for politicians of all stripes, all of them! Pray for people in government!’

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Thousands boycott class for city as new school year begins

‘I will urge my fellow students to exercise restraint while expressing their demands, and not be overwhelmed by hatred. However, I can understand why some protesters take more radical approaches’

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Participants during the rally, many holding yellow umbrellas, packed two lanes of Hennessy Road. The last of the long line of marchers reached Admiralty at around 7.45pm.
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Tens of thousands march to protest against extradition bill

HONG KONG (SE): Around 130,000 people joined a rally on April 28, organised by the …

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