Two youngsters mark Halloween on October 31 by protesting against police action at Prince Edward MTR station in August last year. Some Hongkongers were convinced demonstrators had been killed at the Prince Edward protest. Photo: Chan Ho-him Two youngsters mark Halloween on October 31 by protesting against police action at Prince Edward MTR station in August last year. Some Hongkongers were convinced demonstrators had been killed at the Prince Edward protest. Photo: Chan Ho-him
Two youngsters mark Halloween on October 31 by protesting against police action at Prince Edward MTR station in August last year. Some Hongkongers were convinced demonstrators had been killed at the Prince Edward protest. Photo: Chan Ho-him

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Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Two youngsters mark Halloween on October 31 by protesting against police action at Prince Edward MTR station in August last year. Some Hongkongers were convinced demonstrators had been killed at the Prince Edward protest. Photo: Chan Ho-him Two youngsters mark Halloween on October 31 by protesting against police action at Prince Edward MTR station in August last year. Some Hongkongers were convinced demonstrators had been killed at the Prince Edward protest. Photo: Chan Ho-him
Two youngsters mark Halloween on October 31 by protesting against police action at Prince Edward MTR station in August last year. Some Hongkongers were convinced demonstrators had been killed at the Prince Edward protest. Photo: Chan Ho-him
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