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Protesters wear Guy Fawkes masks as they march through downtown Hong Kong on Sept. 3 because they believe Hong Kong police ratcheted up security and tightened restrictions on the media and protesters during a recent visit by China's vice premier. "People are very concerned that their freedoms are being undermined," pro-democracy legislator Emily Lau said. "The whole city is angry."

ASSOCIATED PRESS Protesters wear Guy Fawkes masks as they march through downtown Hong Kong on Sept. 3 because they believe Hong Kong police ratcheted up security and tightened restrictions on the media and protesters during a recent visit by China's vice premier. "People are very concerned that their freedoms are being undermined," pro-democracy legislator Emily Lau said. "The whole city is angry."

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