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U.N. urges Hong Kong to investigate excessive force against protesters

Reuters Tuesday, 13 August 2019 ()
The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights urged Hong Kong on Tuesday to exercise restraint and investigate evidence of its forces firing tear gas at protesters in ways banned under international law.
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HONG KONG — Activists in Hong Kong continued to protest the Hong Kong government for the tenth weekend in a row. The protests are against an extradition bill that would allow suspects to be extradited for trial to mainland China. Those against the bill believe that Beijing may use it as a way to...

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