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Hong Kong in the heart

Gianni Criveller
 
For more than two months, Hong Kong has been in the hearts of millions of people around the world who love the city. Something serious happens every day; every Sunday there is a protest with hundreds of thousands of people. 
 
No one knows how it will end. It seems that the situation has gotten out of hand. There is no one able to control events and incidents, which increase in number and intensity.
 








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Avoid Hong Kong protests Filipino bishop advises

MANILA (UCAN): Bishop Ruperto Santos, head of the Episcopal Commission on Migrants and Itinerant People of Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, said it would be in the best interests of Filipinos not to take part in any gathering. On August 3, Hong Kong police arrested a Filipino migrant worker as he was passing an area where anti extradition bill protesters had gathered.
 

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Church condemns Yuen Long violence

HONG KONG (SE): The Diocese of Hong Kong as well as the Justice and Peace Commission issued statements on July 22 seriously condemning the violence that occurred in Yuen Long on the night of July 21.
 
“We are greatly aggrieved by the outbreak of violent assault at our citizens at the Yuen Long MTR Station,” said the statement of the diocese.
 

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