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Hong Kong riot police on edge, fire tear gas

Deutsche Welle Tuesday, 12 November 2019
Hong Kong riot police are on alert, a day after two protesters were critically wounded. The United States has expressed "grave concern" with recent developments and condemned violence on all sides.
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News video: Hong Kong police charge protesters while firing tear gas in Mong Kok

Hong Kong police charge protesters while firing tear gas in Mong Kok 04:21

Protesters' attempts to advance on Mong Kok police station were thwarted when police charged the crowds and firing tear gas simultaneously. The footage was captured on Tuesday (November 12).

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