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Thousands of pro-democracy protesters will rally on Hong Kong's streets Sunday for the first time since mass demonstrations shut down parts of the city for more than two months. The afternoon march through central Hong Kong is expected to draw 50,000 people with police warning that attempts to reoccupy key roads cleared of a sea of tented protest camps in December "are likely". "The rally continues to call out to people to join the democracy movement," organiser Daisy Chan told AFP. Officials in December cleared the final protest camps, which brought roads to a standstill with rallies that drew around 100,000 at their peak and saw violent clashes with police.