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Hong Kong watchdog says claims of police brutality should not be used as "political weapon"

Reuters Friday, 15 May 2020 ()
Accusations of police brutality must not be used as "a weapon of political protest", Hong Kong's police watchdog said in a report on Friday, adding that the Chinese-ruled city appeared to be getting dragged into an "era of terrorism".
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