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Hong Kong police officer shot with arrow, protesters set fires as Chinese troops appear to clean streets

FOXNews.com Sunday, 17 November 2019
As clashes continue to bring chaos to the streets of Hong Kong, with protesters setting fires and slinging arrows, Chinese soldiers were seen arming them themselves with brooms over the weekend for the massive cleanup of debris from city streets. 
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