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A spokesperson for China's Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office releases a statement accusing violent protesters that threw petrol bombs at Hong Kong Police officers of being "terrorists", saying that a violent minority within the pro-democracy movement poses "a serious challenge to Hong Kong's prosperity and stability".

China slams Hong Kong protest violence as 'terrorism'

BEIJING: China on Monday (Aug 12) slammed violent protesters in Hong Kong who had thrown petrol bombs at police officers and linked them to ...

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  1. A spokesperson for China's Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office releases a statement accusing the protesters of being terrorists, saying a violent minority within the pro-democracy movement poses "a serious challenge to Hong Kong's prosperity and stability".
  2. A spokesperson for China's Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office releases a statement accusing violent protesters that threw petrol bombs at Hong Kong Police officers of being "terrorists", saying that a violent minority within the pro-democracy movement poses "a serious challenge to Hong Kong's prosperity and stability".

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