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Police appear to shoot protester in Hong Kong

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Police appear to shoot protester in Hong Kong

Police appear to shoot protester in Hong Kong

Footage appears to show a police officer shooting a protester as a demonstration disrupted morning rush hour in Hong Kong.

The Hong Kong hospital authority said the person shot was in a critical condition.

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