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Police threaten to use lethal force on Hong Kong protesters

CBS News Sunday, 17 November 2019 ()
Police threaten to use lethal force on Hong Kong protestersAs riot police moved in from all sides, some protesters retreated inside Hong Kong Polytechnic University while others set fires on bridges leading to it
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Hong Kong has witnessed some of the most severe violence in its months-long series of protests. As police attempted to clear Hong Kong Polytechnic University with tear gas, armoured cars and water cannon, protesters responded with petrol bombs, arrows and other missiles, some of them fired from...

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