Workers defiant as Hong Kong port strike drags on

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A strike in the world's third largest container port in Hong Kong has entered a 12th day, with no negotiations taking place to try and resolve the dispute.

Hundreds of dock workers and crane operators are asking a pay rise of nearly 20% to keep up with inflation over the past decade.

The BBC's Jennifer Pak has been to the protest site.

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