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HK police fire tear gas as protesters injure officer with arrow

Al Jazeera Sunday, 17 November 2019
Police use tear gas and water cannon as clashes resume following week marked by intensifying violence.
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News video: Protesters try to escapeuni after skirmish with police

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HONG KONG — Protestors had started to flee the blockaded Polytechnic University on monday, with the Hong Kong police force meeting them with tear gas and rubber bullets; multiple arrests were made, with those caught being aggressively detained. Protestors claim that even though they were trying...

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