BEHIND THE BARRICADE: HONG KONG PROTESTERS TURN A UNIVERSITY INTO A FORTRESS

Behind a barricade made of bamboo scaffolding, desks and umbrellas, Damon naps in a truck tire next to a baseball bat.At midday Thursday, the junk offers a bit of shade. The 17-year-old high school student ? dressed in black and...

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