A man is led away by police in Hong Kong on Monday. (Bloomberg News)
A man is led away by police in Hong Kong on Monday. (Bloomberg News)
Protesters in Hong Kong flee from tear gas fired by the police. (AP)
Protesters in Hong Kong flee from tear gas fired by the police. (AP)
A man extinguishes a fire set by protesters in Hong Kong. (Reuters)
A man extinguishes a fire set by protesters in Hong Kong. (Reuters)
Video shows a police officer shooting a protester. (Cupid News/AFP)
Video shows a police officer shooting a protester. (Cupid News/AFP)

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