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Police Threaten Live Ammunition Against Hong Kong Protesters

NPR Tuesday, 19 November 2019 ()
NPR's Rachel Martin talks to former Hong Kong police officer Clement Lai, who runs a private security company, about the tactics the police force are using to counter demonstrators.
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