A protestor holds a banner with an umbrella during a protest march to the pro-democracy movement's main protest site in the Admiralty district of Hong Kong on December 5, 2014. AFP PHOTO/JOHANNES EISELE
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A founder of Hong Kong's pro-democracy movement branded the occupation of the city's main roads as "high-risk" Friday, urging protesters to turn to new methods of civil disobedience to push for electoral reform.One of three camps established by the movement has been dismantled, and Hong Kong authorities are gearing up for more clearances next week.A prominent leader from the Hong Kong Federation of Students, the group which led the mass rallies, said Thursday that students would decide "within a week" whether to leave the two remaining camps.
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