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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&apos;s biggest mosque on Sunday (October 20) after pro-democracy demonstrations in the heart of the Kowloon peninsula.

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