(Shibani Mahtani, Meg Kelly/The Washington Post)
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Protesters scatter after Hong Kong police deploy tear gas, water cannon
Riot police, tear gas and water cannons spraying stinging blue dye sent protesters fleeing after the fifteenth weekend of anti-government protests on Sept. 15.
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