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Hong Kong extradition bill: Police brutality inquiry ruled out

WorldNews Saturday, 22 June 2019
Hong Kong extradition bill: Police brutality inquiry ruled outMs Cheng ruled out an inquiry into the police's use of force, despite protests by human rights groups over the use of rubber bullets and tear gas. At least 72 people aged between 15 and 66 have been injured in the clashes, including two men who are in a critical condition and 21 police officers.Getting...
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