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Hong Kong votes in first election since democracy protests

Pedestrians walking past a line of campaigners (wearing pink) holding posters of election candidate Judy Chan of the New People's Party in the Southern district of Hong Kong on Sunday.

Hong Kong

HONG Kong went to the polls on Sunday for the first time since huge pro-democracy protests gripped the city, in a key test of public sentiment.

The spotlight is on the district elections to gauge whether support for the democracy movement can translate into votes and

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