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Police shooting rattles Hong Kong markets, investors count on Alibaba listing

Reuters Monday, 11 November 2019
Hong Kong's share index lost almost 3% as unrest in the Asian financial hub worsened on Monday, with police firing live rounds at anti-government protesters on the eastern side of island and firing tear gas at protesters in the Central business district.
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News video: Hong Kong protester shot by cop at point-blank range

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Police in Hong Kong fired three live rounds during a city-wide strike, hitting at least one pro-democracy protester.

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