TAKE A LOOK-Landslide democratic win puts pressure on HK leader

Nov 25 (Reuters) - Hong Kong's leader pledged to listen to public opinion on Monday and referred to deep-seated problems in society after a landslide election victory by opponents of Chinese rule amid months of sometimes violent pro-democracy unrest.

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> Beijing hints at looming pressure on HK courts

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