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Hong Kong’s High Court issued an interim injunction banning protesters from occupying a road in the Mong Kok district as the police said assembly at the site may veer into “a riot.”

After a weekend of clashes in the densely populated district, the court Monday issued a summons against anyone occupying or blocking Argyle Street, one of the roads occupied by protesters. Closely held Chiu Luen Public Light Bus Company Ltd. was the plaintiff.

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