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PHOTO GALLERY: Protest erupt against police violence in Hong Kong


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Police officers line up during a protest against what the activists see as excessive police force against protesters during previous demonstrations, near China's Liaison Office, Hong Kong, China July 28, 2019. REUTERS
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Protesters stand together with umbrellas as they face off with police during a demonstration against a controversial extradition bill in Hong Kong on July 28, 2019 AFP
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Protesters hold umbrellas as they are enveloped by tear gas on a street during a demonstration against a controversial extradition bill in Hong Kong on July 28, 2019 AFP
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Demonstrators are seen at a Hong Kong MTR (Mass Transit Railway) station during a protest against police violence during previous marches,Hong Kong, China July 28, 2019. REUTERS
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Demonstrators occupy the main road in Central district during a protest against police violence during previous marches, near China's Liaison Office, Hong Kong, China July 28, 2019. REUTERS
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Demonstrators retreat during a protest against police violence during previous marches, near China's Liaison Office, Hong Kong, China July 28, 2019. REUTERS
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Protesters react to tear gas being fired by police during a demonstration against a controversial extradition bill in Hong Kong on July 28, 2019 AFP
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Protesters extinguish a tear gas canister by covering it and pouring on water during a demonstration against a controversial extradition bill in Hong Kong on July 28, 2019 AFP
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Police officers detain a demonstrator during a protest against police violence during previous marches, near China's Liaison Office, Hong Kong, China July 28, 2019. REUTERS
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Protesters gather during a demonstration against a controversial extradition bill in Hong Kong on July 28, 2019 AFP
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