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Riot police and water cannon disperse Hong Kong demonstrators

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Riot police and water cannon disperse Hong Kong demonstrators

Riot police and water cannon disperse Hong Kong demonstrators

Riot police supported by a water cannon on Sunday cleared pro-democracy protesters from Nathan Road in the Tsim Sha Tsui area of Hong Kong.

Thousands again took the streets on Sunday to protest at what they see as Beijing's increasing influence in the semi-autonomous Chinese territory.


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