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Hong Kong police use tear gas on protesters

USATODAY.com Wednesday, 12 June 2019
Hong Kong police used tear gas against protesters who oppose a contentious extradition bill. Wednesday's protests delayed a debate over the legislative proposal that would allow criminal suspects to be extradited to mainland China. (June 12)
 
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Police used tear gas against protesters in Hong Kong on Wednesday, June 12, as Hong Kong’s police chief declared protests against a proposed extradition law “a riot,” according to the South China Morning Post. This video, from Hong Kong legislator Claudia Mo, shows tear gas being deployed....

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