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Hong Kong's clouds of tear gas spark health panic

Reuters Friday, 22 November 2019 ()
Hong Kong's clouds of tear gas spark health panicHong Kong residents have become distracted this week by fears of dioxin poisoning, as worry grows about the effects of about 10,000 rounds of tear gas fired across the financial hub over more than five months of anti-government protests.
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Hong Kong police laid siege to a university on Monday, arresting anti-government protesters while firing rubber bullets and tear gas to pin back them back.

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