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November 03, 2014
A tram driver (2nd L) is comforted as he weeps on the podium at an anti-Occupy Central protest, after...
Hong Kong, China
Tram driver is comforted as he weeps on the podium at an anti-Occupy Central protest, after losing his...
A tram driver (2nd L) is comforted as he weeps on the podium at an anti-Occupy Central protest, after losing his bonus due to the civil disobedience movement, in Hong Kong November 3, 2014. Thousands of protesters remain camped out in a sea of tents on a major highway close to government headquarters in Admiralty and in lesser numbers in the shopping and densely populated districts of Causeway Bay and Mong Kok. Chinese characters on the placards read "Occupying the roads affects livelihood" (L) and "illegal occupation affects the economy". REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS CIVIL UNREST TRANSPORT)
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