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Police arrest organizer of Hong Kong protest after rally turns violent

Reuters Monday, 20 January 2020
A prominent Hong Kong pro-democracy activist was arrested by police, his organization said on Monday, after a protest he helped organize in the financial district a day earlier turned violent with officers firing tear gas to disperse the crowds.
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Tear gas and violence in Hong Kong as thousands defy a police ban on protest marches.

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