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Hong Kong police conduct stop-and-search operations

Deutsche Welle Sunday, 19 January 2020
What began as a peaceful demonstration quickly escalated to brief cat and mouse clashes with police. The authorized gathering was forced to disperse after protesters threw water bottles and paint at police.
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