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Police face mounting brutality claims after Hong Kong clashes

Terra Daily Sunday, 16 June 2019
Police face mounting brutality claims after Hong Kong clashesHong Kong (AFP) June 13, 2019

Their motto has been "Asia's Finest" since colonial times, but videos of Hong Kong police beating unarmed protesters have fuelled public anger and sparked accusations of brutality. Tens of thousands of demonstrators occupying city streets scattered when police used tear gas, pepper spray, rubber bullets and bean bag rounds on Wednesday. Police insisted the force was necessary to fend off
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Reuters reports demonstrators and police clashed Thursday in Hong Kong as hundreds of people continued protesting a planned extradition law. On Wednesday, protests around the city’s legislature forced the government to postpone the debate on the extradition bill. The bill would allow Hong Kong...

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