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Police fire tear gas and water cannon as peaceful Hong Kong rally descends into chaos

SBS Sunday, 20 October 2019
Pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong have been met with water cannons and tear gas after they again defied police by holding a large unauthorised march on Sunday.
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News video: Hong Kong police and protesters exchange tear gas and petrol bombs

Hong Kong police and protesters exchange tear gas and petrol bombs 00:51

Thousands of Hong Kong protesters staged an illegal march on Sunday, leading to clashes with police. Rough cut (no reporter narration)

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