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Violence grips Hong Kong ahead of China’s National Day

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Violence grips Hong Kong ahead of China’s National Day

Violence grips Hong Kong ahead of China’s National Day

Video shows Hong Kong police fire tear gas, water cannon at protesters ahead of China’s 70th anniversary celebrations

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