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Hong Kong protesters defy police, deface Beijing office during march

Brisbane Times Sunday, 21 July 2019
Tens of thousands of protesters defied police, threw eggs and defaced Beijing’s office in Hong Kong with graffiti after taking over major city roads.
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News video: Hong Kong protesters create noise before a police push forces crowds back

Hong Kong protesters create noise before a police push forces crowds back 03:30

Hong Kong protesters bang bamboo poles and improvised drums before police force the crowd into retreat.

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