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Massive Protests Hit Hong Kong As Chinese President Hu Jintao Visits

This Sunday marked the 15th anniversary of Hong Kong's return to China. And Chinese president Hu Jintao swore in Hong Kong's new Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying for a five-year term in office. While Chinese state media chose to focus on the celebrations, Somewhere between 82,000 - 400,000 pro-democracy protestors are reported to have taken to the streets to remind Jintao that the city wants complete democracy in 2017.
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