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Hong Kong police fire tear gas to break up protesters

Reuters Sunday, 15 September 2019
Hong Kong police fired tear gas to break up protesters at Admiralty on Sunday, near the headquarters of the People's Liberation Army in the Chinese-ruled city.
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A demonstration is taking place near the Central Government Complex.

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