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Trump voices hope that 'nobody gets killed' in Hong Kong unrest

PTI | Washington DC | Updated: 13-08-2019 22:20 IST | Created: 13-08-2019 22:20 IST
Trump voices hope that 'nobody gets killed' in Hong Kong unrest

Washington, Aug 13 (AFP) US President Donald Trump said Tuesday he hoped no one would be killed in Hong Kong amid new protests capping 10 weeks of unrest in the semi-autonomous southern Chinese financial hub.

The crisis, which has seen millions of anti-government activists take to Hong Kong's streets, was a "very tricky situation," the president told reporters in New Jersey.

"I hope it works out peacefully, nobody gets hurt, nobody gets killed," he said. (AFP) MRJ



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