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United Nations human rights body takes aim at Hong Kong police over use of weapons

WorldNews Tuesday, 13 August 2019 ()
United Nations human rights body takes aim at Hong Kong police over use of weaponsThe UN Human Rights Office has accused Hong Kong police of defying international norms and standards in their use of weapons, creating “a considerable risk of death or serious injury”.The unprecedented intervention by the Geneva-based United Nations body adds to international calls for Hong Kong to set up an independent investigation into the anti-government protests that have rocked the city for more than two months.“The UN Human Rights Office has reviewed credible evidence of law enforcement… ......
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Hong Kong protesters plan to defy a police ban on marches by taking to the streets once again Sunday. According to Reuters, this comes after a weekend of demonstrations, which saw police fire teargas. For a third day, anti-government protests were planned in different locations, such as the city’s...

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