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China 'may use intimidation' to ward off more protests in HK

Pressure feared also on academics, legislators who backed pro-democracy movement

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AFTERMATH OF PROTESTS: Demolished tents, barricades and supplies were all that remained at Hong Kong's financial Central district on Friday after 75 days of protests by activists of the 'Occupy Central' movement.

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AS the dust settles on Hong Kong's pro-democracy "Occupy" protests, China is likely to embark on a sweeping but covert campaign across the territory's judiciary, media and universities to ensure there is no recurrence, activists and politicians say.

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