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WATCH: Protesters Fill Streets on China's National Day

Watch Hong Kong pro-democracy demonstrators fill streets on China's National Day after the midnight deadline for the city’s leaders to respond to their demands passed Tuesday. The demonstrators seek a reversal of a decision by China's central government in Beijing to screen all candidates in Hong Kong's first direct elections — scheduled for 2017. Members of the mostly student-led "Umbrella Revolution" movement told NBC News they will stay as long as it takes. Meanwhile, it appears that protesters' cellphones are being targeted by a highly sophisticated malware. Read »
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