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PHOTO GALLERY: Anti-China Protests in Hong Kong


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A woman walks past riot police during the "Reclaim Hung Hom and To Kwa Wan, Restore Tranquility to Our Homeland" demonstration against the extradition bill at Mong Kok, in Hong Kong, China, August 17, 2019.
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Counter-protesters wave Chinese flags in the Place Saint Michel in Paris, as they oppose the demonstrators gathering to support Pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong, on August 17, 2019.
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Protesters gather near a statue of Queen Victoria at Victoria Park in Hong Kong Sunday, Aug. 18, 2019. A spokesman for China's ceremonial legislature condemned statements from U.S. lawmakers supportive of Hong Kong's pro-democracy movement, as more protests were planned Sunday following a day of dueling rallies that highlighted the political divide in the Chinese territory
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Anti-extradition bill protesters attend a rally in Victoria Park demanding democracy and political reforms in Hong Kong, China, August 18, 2019.
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Protesters make space for an ambulance to travel during a rally in Hong Kong Sunday, Aug. 18, 2019. Heavy rain fell on tens of thousands of umbrella-ready protesters as they started marching from a packed park in central Hong Kong, where mass pro-democracy demonstrations have become a regular weekend activity.
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Demonstrators carry umbrellas as they march along a street in Hong Kong, Sunday, Aug. 18, 2019. Heavy rain fell on tens of thousands of umbrella-ready protesters Sunday as they started marching from a packed park in central Hong Kong, where mass pro-democracy demonstrations have become a regular weekend activity
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Demonstrators carry umbrellas as they march along a street in Hong Kong, Sunday, Aug. 18, 2019.
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Protesters walk along a street during a rally in Hong Kong on August 18, 2019, in the latest opposition to a planned extradition law that has since morphed into a wider call for democratic rights in the semi-autonomous city. - Hong Kong democracy activists gathered August 18 for a major rally to show the city's leaders their protest movement still attracts wide public support despite mounting violence and increasingly stark warnings from Beijing.
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Members of the US Hong Kong community protest against what they say is police brutality against demonstrators during the ongoing Hong Kong protests, in Santa Monica, California on August 17, 2019
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A wheelchair-bound protester takes part in a march from Victoria Park in Hong Kong on August 18, 2019, in the latest opposition to a planned extradition law that has since morphed into a wider call for democratic rights in the semi-autonomous city. - Hong Kong democracy activists gathered August 18 for a major rally to show the city's leaders their protest movement still attracts wide public support despite mounting violence and increasingly stark warnings from Beijing.
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Protesters, wearing eye patches showing solidarity to a woman reportedly injured in the eye by a beanbag fired by police in a previous protest march, take part in a rally in Hong Kong on Sunday, Aug. 18, 2019.
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An adult pushes a child on a stroller as protesters brave the rain and gather in Hong Kong Sunday, Aug. 18, 2019. Heavy rain fell on tens of thousands of umbrella-ready protesters Sunday as they started marching from a packed park in central Hong Kong, where mass pro-democracy demonstrations have become a regular weekend activity.
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