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Enforced calm in Kashmir, protests continue in Hong Kong, and Trump goes for Greenland.

As Muslims around the world celebrated Eid al-Adha on Monday, India-administered Kashmir remained in a state of enforced calm, and mosques in Srinagar stayed shut.

Meanwhile, Hong Kong’s grassroots protest movement persisted, testing Beijing’s resolve. Demonstrators international attention as they ground Hong Kong International Airport to a halt. Amid, suspicion and international concern surrounding the movement have only grown.

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