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Hong Kong police fend off airport protest but tear gas fired again in Kowloon.

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Hong Kong police fend off airport protest but tear gas fired again in Kowloon.

Hong Kong police fend off airport protest but tear gas fired again in Kowloon.

Anti-government protesters lit fires in the streets of Hong Kong on Saturday, as police managed to maintain order at the airport.

Joe Davies reports.

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