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Hong Kong police say media officer hit by arrow in standoff with protesters

Reuters Sunday, 17 November 2019
Hong Kong police said one of their media liaison officers was hit in the leg by an arrow on Sunday in a standoff with anti-government protesters around a barricaded university.
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