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Hong Kong Police Threaten Bullets: Standoff Escalates

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Hong Kong Police Threaten Bullets: Standoff Escalates

Hong Kong Police Threaten Bullets: Standoff Escalates

HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong police threatened on Monday to use live bullets if “rioters” used lethal weapons and committed other acts of violence, after the latest flare up during five months of anti-government protests in the Chinese ruled city.

The police statement followed fresh clashes outside a university in the center of Hong Kong where protesters were hunkered down behind makeshift shields and hurled petrol bombs at police in a standoff blocking a vital tunnel link.

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