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Hong Kong police fire tear gas to break up anti-government rally

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Hong Kong police fire tear gas to break up anti-government rally

Hong Kong police fire tear gas to break up anti-government rally

Black-clad protesters return to city's Victoria Park as pro-democracy movement pushes into 22nd tense week.

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