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Hong Kong police and protesters renew clashes

FT.com Sunday, 17 November 2019
Hong Kong police and protesters renew clashesTear gas and petrol bombs used after a day relative calm in a week of violence
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News video: Hong Kong police arrest protesters amid violence

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Hong Kong police laid siege to a university on Monday, arresting anti-government protesters while firing rubber bullets and tear gas to pin back them back.

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