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Hong Kong court says police can remove protesters
Hong Kong court says police can remove protesters

Hong Kong’s pro-democracy demonstrators could be forced to leave the streets or risk arrest as early as Wednesday after the territory’s high court ruled that police could start removing barricades and protesters from occupied zones. The injunctions apply specifically to protesters in the Mong Kok district and the area around one skyscraper in the Admiralty area, near government headquarters. The court's ruling, issued Monday but only made public on Tuesday, enhanced three interim restraining orders issued on behalf of the owner of the skyscraper, two taxi driver groups and a minibus management company. The plaintiffs told the court that the blockades of the...

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