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Hong Kong protester complains of police brutality

Police in Hong Kong have clashed with pro-democracy protesters as they cleared an underpass near the city government headquarters.

Hundreds of police officers wearing riot gear used pepper spray to disperse the protesters, and arrested dozens of people.

One demonstrator has lodged a complaint of police brutality after footage appeared to show officers kicking him, as Juliana Liu reports from Hong Kong.

  • 15 Oct 2014
  • From the section Asia
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