Hong Kong — Tens of thousands of antigovernment protesters rallied outside a train station linking the territory to the Chinese mainland on Sunday, the latest mass show of anger as activists try to keep pressure on the city’s pro-Beijing leaders. 

The rally was the first major large-scale protest since last Monday’s unprecedented storming of parliament by largely young, masked protesters, which plunged the international financial hub further into crisis.

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