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Pepper-ball rounds fired in Hong Kong to stamp out national anthem protests


Riot police in Hong Kong fire pepper-ball rounds in the central commercial district as they try to stamp out protests against a bill banning insults to China's national anthem.

Added on the 27/05/2020 10:35:29 - Copyright : AFP EN

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