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Hong Kong police detain pro-democracy protesters

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Hong Kong police detain pro-democracy protesters

Hong Kong police detain pro-democracy protesters

Riot police broke up a protest at Yuen Long MTR station in Hong Kong late on Saturday (September 21) using tear gas and detaining a number of protesters.

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