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Hong Kong police warn of 'live fire' as campus protest siege deepens

SBS Sunday, 17 November 2019
Hong Kong police have launched a late-night operation to try to flush about 200 protesters out of a university campus after an officer was hit in the leg with an arrow.
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News video: Hong Kong police descend on protesters at university campus

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Police fired tear gas and wielded batons.View on euronews

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