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Hong Kong police clear street of blockades set up by protesters

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Hong Kong police clear street of blockades set up by protesters

Hong Kong police clear street of blockades set up by protesters

Police in Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong clear a street of blockades as protesters watched on from the side.

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Hong Kong police clear street of blockades set up by protesters

Police in Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong clear a street of blockades as protesters watched on from the side.

Filmed on (Sunday) October 20, a large police force is seen making their way down a street removing blockades and instructing protesters to move out of their way.



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