French "Spiderman" got on a skyscraper in Hong Kong and called for the world

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On August 16 in Hong Kong the well-known French rock-climber Rober Alain, known as "Spiderman", got on one of skyscrapers and placed on it a flag. So he called China and Hong Kong for the world and the termination of protests against the law on an extradition on the terms of Beijing which two months proceed. On a cloth flags China and Hong Kong and symbolical handshake are represented. The skyscraper, on a facade got the climber, possesses one of the most influential businessmen Asia, to the Hong Kong magnate Li Ka-shing who earlier itself called for the termination of protests...

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