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Hong Kong demonstrators mourn death of pro-democracy protester

Pro-democracy demonstrators in Hong Kong mourn the death of protester Chow Tsz-lok, who died following a fall during protests on Sunday.

Pro-democracy demonstrators in Hong Kong are mourning the death of protester Chow Tsz-lok, who died after suffering brain damage following a fall during protests on Sunday. We speak to Isaac Cheng, vice chair of Demosisto, about the future of the protests.

Also in the programme: Dozens have already been killed in protests in Iraq; we'll hear how the location and dynamic of those demonstrations are changing; and the secretive Iranian opposition group that relocated to Albania, with American help.

Picture: Hong Kong students hold vigil for Chow Tsz-lok. Credit: Getty Images.

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