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May 19, 1994 | Reuters
Gangsters opened fired in a crowded Hong Kong shopping mall Wednesday, killing a woman and hitting three other people in the hail of bullets, police said. A police spokesman said the gangsters fired at police chasing them through the exclusive Landmark shopping arcade after a jewelry shop holdup, but had hit three passersby and one officer.
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May 19, 1994 | Reuters
Gangsters opened fired in a crowded Hong Kong shopping mall Wednesday, killing a woman and hitting three other people in the hail of bullets, police said. A police spokesman said the gangsters fired at police chasing them through the exclusive Landmark shopping arcade after a jewelry shop holdup, but had hit three passersby and one officer.
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June 7, 1989 | DANIEL WILLIAMS and JIM MANN, Times Staff Writers
Foreigners streamed out of Beijing by air Tuesday as their embassies urged them to leave before the violence gets worse. Some embassies arranged for special flights out of the capital. Others, including the U.S. Embassy, sent messages to their nationals suggesting strongly that they flee. "You should leave Beijing," a caller from the U.S. Embassy told one American resident of the capital. "If you must stay, then go to hotels on the east side of the city." An estimated 2,500 Americans live in Beijing.
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