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Police blast Hong Kong mosque with water cannon

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Police blast Hong Kong mosque with water cannon

Police blast Hong Kong mosque with water cannon

Jets of water dyed blue and mixed with an irritant hit Hong Kong's biggest mosque on Sunday (October 20) after pro-democracy demonstrations in the heart of the Kowloon peninsula.

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