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Hong Kong riot police clear barricade as tensions remain high in another weekend of protests

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Hong Kong riot police clear barricade as tensions remain high in another weekend of protests

Hong Kong riot police clear barricade as tensions remain high in another weekend of protests

Riot police arrive in several vans and clear a makeshift barricade on Nathan Road in Hong Kong's Mong Kok district on Sunday (October 13).

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Hong Kong riot police clear barricade as tensions remain high in another weekend of protests

Riot police arrive in several vans and clear a makeshift barricade on Nathan Road in Hong Kong's Mong Kok district on Sunday (October 13).

Protesters kept on barricading the road even as police cleared it several times during the day.




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