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Tear gas and water cannon as Hong Kong police clash with protesters

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Police fire water cannon and tear gas at Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters massed outside the city's parliament, as demonstrators defied a ban on rallying, the arrests of leading activists and rising threats from China, to take to the streets for a 13th straight weekend. IMAGES

Added on the 31/08/2019 12:28:02 - Copyright : AFPTV - First images

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