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Hong Kong blames 'gross interference' for Taiwan office closure

City accuses Taipei of offering help to 'violent protesters' seeking to flee financial hub

Demonstrators rally in Taipei on October 25, 2020 in support of Hong Kong activists.   © Reuters

HONG KONG -- The Hong Kong government accused Taiwan of "grossly" interfering with its internal affairs by offering assistance to "violent protesters" seeking to flee the city, days after the financial hub closed its representative office on the island.

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