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Hong Kong protests: Police use 'UK-made tear gas' in violent crackdown on activists

Independent Wednesday, 12 June 2019
Police criticised for using rubber bullets, pepper spray, tear gas and batons to force crowds back
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News video: Hong Kong Protests Turn Violent Over Extradition Bill

Hong Kong Protests Turn Violent Over Extradition Bill 00:42

Protests over an extradition bill turned violent in Hong Kong as police used tear gas on demonstrators.

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