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» Highlights: Hundreds of protesters leave Hong Kong university; about 100 remain
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» Japan lower house passes U.S. trade deal; auto tariffs still in question
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» U.S. never raised issues of troop reduction or pullout from South Korea: Seoul official
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» Democrats dubious as Trump dangles impeachment testimony offer
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