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Hong Kong’s popular New Year’s Eve fireworks will be canceled for the first time in a decade as more than six months of protests heighten security concerns, the Hong Kong Tourism Board said on Wednesday.

The fireworks usually draw thousands of locals and tourists to the picturesque Victoria Harbour and the countdown is broadcast worldwide.

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