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Hong Kong: Woman falls on ground as liquid sprayed into face

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Hong Kong: Woman falls on ground as liquid sprayed into face

Hong Kong: Woman falls on ground as liquid sprayed into face

This footage shows the moment a female protester is sprayed by police with an unknown liquid as demonstrations in the semi-autonomous region escalate.

Tens of thousands marched in a day of rage as Communist leaders in Beijing celebrated 70 years in power.


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