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Hong Kong Police makes four arrests during protests in Mong Kok

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Hong Kong Police makes four arrests during protests in Mong Kok

Hong Kong Police makes four arrests during protests in Mong Kok

Hong Kong police was seen detaining at least four people during a protest at Prince Edward MTR station on Tuesday (March 31).

According to local media, Hong Kong police are arresting those violating the "Prevention and Control of Disease (Prohibition on Group Gathering) Regulation" which prohibits any gatherings of more than four people during the coronavirus pandemic.

Protesters are marking the seven month anniversary of the August 31, 2019 Prince Edward station incident in which Hong Kong police allegedly indiscriminately attacked passengers during their arrests.

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