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Hong Kong protesters throw molotovs and "funeral money" in Mongkok

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Hong Kong protesters throw molotovs and 'funeral money' in Mongkok
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Hong Kong protesters throw molotovs and "funeral money" in Mongkok

Hong Kong Protesters who carried out some cat and mouse game all the evening in Mongkok, throw molotov cocktails and some "funeral" money, before running away as riot police charges on Nathan road.




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