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Hong Kong police chief admits 'undesirable' behaviour towards media at protest

Reuters Tuesday, 12 May 2020 ()
Hong Kong's police chief said on Tuesday his officers should have been more professional in dealing with media during protests at which they pepper-sprayed journalists and made some kneel in a cordoned-off area.
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More than 200 people were arrested in Hong Kong during pro-democracy protests across the city on Sunday after a sing-along demonstration at a shopping mall spilled out onto the streets. Gloria Tso reports.

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