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Hong Kong police watchdog report branded 'superficial'

Reuters Friday, 15 May 2020 ()
Hong Kong's police watchdog called on Friday for a review of guidelines on the use of tear gas and training for officers in public order policing, in a long-awaited report that some democracy lawmakers decried as "superficial".
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