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Pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong turn violent

WorldNews Sunday, 21 July 2019
Pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong turn violentAssociated Press HONG KONG Hong Kong’s protest movement took a violent turn Sunday as police launched tear gas at protesters after a massive march continued late into the evening, and subway riders were attacked by masked assailants who apparently were targeting pro-democracy demonstrators. The firing of the tear gas was the latest confrontation between police and protesters who have taken to the streets for over a month to fight a proposed extradition bill and call for electoral reforms in the Chinese territory. The march had been peaceful when it reached its police-designated end point in Hong Kong’s Wan Chai district in the late afternoon, but...
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Hong Kong police drag water-filled barriers alongside fences outside their HQ, as tens of thousands of protesters attend a rally in the city.

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