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Hong Kong Protests Continue After Reports Of Police Violence

Newsy Sunday, 14 July 2019
Hong Kong Protests Continue After Reports Of Police ViolenceWatch VideoDemonstrators took to the streets in Hong Kong again on Sunday, partly to demand an investigation into allegations of police violence at recent protests.

Nearly 10,000 protesters gathered in Sha Tin just a day after reports that police used pepper spray and clubs to subdue demonstrators in Sheung Shui.

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Protestors took to the streets in Hong Kong after reports of police violence at a demonstration in Sheung Shui.

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