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Defying police ban, HK protesters return to gang-attack scene

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Defying police ban, HK protesters return to gang-attack scene

Defying police ban, HK protesters return to gang-attack scene

Police fire rubber-coated bullets and tear gas as demonstrators rally to denounce assault by suspected gangsters.


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Briefing about the plans to ensure implementation of ban on crackers to control pollution in Delhi, Police Commissioner, SN Shrivastava informed that teams have been formed in every Police district. "In view of pollution, use/sale of crackers is banned (in Delhi). Strict laws in place, strict action will be taken against anyone found bursting/selling crackers. Team formed in every Police district, they inspect their respective areas," said Commissioner SN Shrivastava.

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Defying police ban, HK protesters to return at gang-attack scene

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