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Police shoot teen protester with live ammunition as Hong Kong violence escalates

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  1. [5]
    cfabbro
    Link
    For some reason clicking the above link brings me to the "China flexes military muscle to mark 70 years of Communist rule" Reuters article. This is the "Police shoot teen protestor" one for me:...

    For some reason clicking the above link brings me to the "China flexes military muscle to mark 70 years of Communist rule" Reuters article. This is the "Police shoot teen protestor" one for me:

    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-china-anniversary-hk/police-shoot-teen-protester-as-hong-kong-violence-escalates-idUSKBN1WG4WG

    3 votes
    1. [4]
      Keegan
      Link Parent
      Yeah I have the same issue. It seems like you can put any text into the link so long as the id part stays the same. Check this out:...

      Yeah I have the same issue. It seems like you can put any text into the link so long as the id part stays the same.

      Check this out:
      https://www.reuters.com/article/us-china-anniversary-hk/cfabbro-is-awesome-idUSKBN1WG4WG

      2 votes
      1. [3]
        cfabbro
        Link Parent
        Ah, so Reuters operates a lot like Tildes then... E.g. https://tildes.net/~Keegan_is_also_awesome/i01/and_a_super_swell_person ;) p.s. @Deimos, you might want to fix your link if that's the case?

        Ah, so Reuters operates a lot like Tildes then... E.g. https://tildes.net/~Keegan_is_also_awesome/i01/and_a_super_swell_person ;)

        p.s. @Deimos, you might want to fix your link if that's the case?

        1 vote
        1. Deimos
          Link Parent
          Strange, I'm 99% sure that was the right link earlier. Updated to the new one regardless.

          Strange, I'm 99% sure that was the right link earlier. Updated to the new one regardless.

          2 votes
        2. Keegan
          Link Parent
          Ha I never noticed that Tildes works like that. I suppose it makes sense that the links work like that and only recognize the short code.

          Ha I never noticed that Tildes works like that. I suppose it makes sense that the links work like that and only recognize the short code.

          1 vote