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Hong Kong police officer shoots protester as violence flares

Reuters Monday, 11 November 2019
Hong Kong police opened fire and wounded at least one protester on Monday, witnesses and media reports said, a fresh escalation of violence as anti-government demonstrations enter their sixth month.
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News video: Hong Kong police shoot protesters with pepper spray pellet gun a near point-blank range

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A Hong Kong police officer was filmed shooting a protester at near point-blank range with a pepper-spray pellet gun yesterday (November 11).

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