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Hong Kong police fire tear gas as protesters return to streets despite coronavirus fears [Video]

Hong Kong police fire tear gas as protesters return to streets despite coronavirus fears

Hong Kong police fired tear gas on Saturday (February 29) during a rally by hundreds of protesters to mark six months since authorities stormed a subway station and made arrests.

Credit: Newsflare STUDIO     Duration: 07:40Published
Hong Kong protesters throw molotovs and "funeral money" in Mongkok [Video]

Hong Kong protesters throw molotovs and "funeral money" in Mongkok

Hong Kong protesters throw molotovs and "funeral money" in Mongkok

Credit: Newsflare STUDIO     Duration: 03:19Published
Hong Kong Offers Its Residents Cash Amid Protests, Coronavirus Fears [Video]

Hong Kong Offers Its Residents Cash Amid Protests, Coronavirus Fears

Hong Kong has been rocked by protests and now faces coronavirus fears. It's offering adult residents money to revive its economy.

Credit: Rumble     Duration: 01:39Published

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The Australian exchange students choosing to remain in Hong Kong despite protests

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Hong Kong protests: Violence ramps up as police and protesters clash again

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China's call for tougher security laws is likely to inflame protests in Hong Kong.
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Hong Kong extradition bill officially killed, but move unlikely to end unrest

The extradition bill which sparked the Hong Kong protests has officially been withdrawn for good.
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Murder suspect whose case was catalyst for Hong Kong protests released

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Queensland student seeks court order against Chinese diplomat

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Playing with ire: China's crowdsourced outrage dialled up over Hong Kong

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