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Clashes break out as Hong Kong protesters march through Kowloon

Riot police try to disperse anti-extradition bill protesters after a march at Hong Kong s tourism district Nathan Road near Mong Kok, China July 7, 2019. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

Riot police try to disperse anti-extradition bill protesters after a march at Hong Kong s tourism district Nathan Road near Mong Kok, China July 7, 2019. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

Riot police try to disperse anti-extradition bill protesters after a march at Hong Kong s tourism district Nathan Road near Mong Kok, China July 7, 2019. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
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An anti-extradition bill protester is seen injured after a conflict with riot police at the end of a march at Hong Kong's tourism district Mong Kok, July 7. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

An anti-extradition bill protester is seen injured after a conflict with riot police at the end of a march at Hong Kong's tourism district Mong Kok, July 7. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

An anti-extradition bill protester is seen injured after a conflict with riot police at the end of a march at Hong Kong's tourism district Mong Kok, July 7. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
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Riot police detain an anti-extradition bill protester after a march at Hong Kong s tourism district Nathan Road near Mong Kok, July 7. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Riot police detain an anti-extradition bill protester after a march at Hong Kong s tourism district Nathan Road near Mong Kok, July 7. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Riot police detain an anti-extradition bill protester after a march at Hong Kong s tourism district Nathan Road near Mong Kok, July 7. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
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Anti-extradition bill protesters hold umbrellas as they face riot police after a march at Hong Kong s tourism district Nathan Road near Mong Kok, July 7. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Anti-extradition bill protesters hold umbrellas as they face riot police after a march at Hong Kong s tourism district Nathan Road near Mong Kok, July 7. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Anti-extradition bill protesters hold umbrellas as they face riot police after a march at Hong Kong s tourism district Nathan Road near Mong Kok, July 7. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
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An anti-extradition bill protester shouts to riot police after a march at Hong Kong's tourism district Mong Kok, July 7. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

An anti-extradition bill protester shouts to riot police after a march at Hong Kong's tourism district Mong Kok, July 7. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

An anti-extradition bill protester shouts to riot police after a march at Hong Kong's tourism district Mong Kok, July 7. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
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Anti-extradition bill protesters hold umbrellas as they face riot police after a march at Hong Kong s tourism district Nathan Road near Mong Kok, July 7. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Anti-extradition bill protesters hold umbrellas as they face riot police after a march at Hong Kong s tourism district Nathan Road near Mong Kok, July 7. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Anti-extradition bill protesters hold umbrellas as they face riot police after a march at Hong Kong s tourism district Nathan Road near Mong Kok, July 7. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
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An anti-extradition bill protester detained by riot police after a march at Hong Kong's tourism district Mong Kok, July 7. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

An anti-extradition bill protester detained by riot police after a march at Hong Kong's tourism district Mong Kok, July 7. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

An anti-extradition bill protester detained by riot police after a march at Hong Kong's tourism district Mong Kok, July 7. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
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Riot police try to disperse anti-extradition bill protesters after a march at Hong Kong's tourism district Nathan Road near Mong Kok, July 7. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

Riot police try to disperse anti-extradition bill protesters after a march at Hong Kong's tourism district Nathan Road near Mong Kok, July 7. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

Riot police try to disperse anti-extradition bill protesters after a march at Hong Kong's tourism district Nathan Road near Mong Kok, July 7. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
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Riot police stand guard after a march at Hong Kong's tourism district Mong Kok, July 7. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

Riot police stand guard after a march at Hong Kong's tourism district Mong Kok, July 7. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

Riot police stand guard after a march at Hong Kong's tourism district Mong Kok, July 7. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
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Riot police try to disperse anti-extradition bill protesters after a march at Hong Kong s tourism district Nathan Road near Mong Kok, July 7. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

Riot police try to disperse anti-extradition bill protesters after a march at Hong Kong s tourism district Nathan Road near Mong Kok, July 7. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

Riot police try to disperse anti-extradition bill protesters after a march at Hong Kong s tourism district Nathan Road near Mong Kok, July 7. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
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Anti-extradition bill protesters march to West Kowloon Express Rail Link Station at Hong Kong's tourism district Tsim Sha Tsui, July 7. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

Anti-extradition bill protesters march to West Kowloon Express Rail Link Station at Hong Kong's tourism district Tsim Sha Tsui, July 7. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

Anti-extradition bill protesters march to West Kowloon Express Rail Link Station at Hong Kong's tourism district Tsim Sha Tsui, July 7. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
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Anti-extradition bill protesters march to West Kowloon Express Rail Link Station in Hong Kong, July 7. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Anti-extradition bill protesters march to West Kowloon Express Rail Link Station in Hong Kong, July 7. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Anti-extradition bill protesters march to West Kowloon Express Rail Link Station in Hong Kong, July 7. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
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Anti-extradition bill protesters shout slogans as they march to West Kowloon Express Rail Link Station in Hong Kong, July 7. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Anti-extradition bill protesters shout slogans as they march to West Kowloon Express Rail Link Station in Hong Kong, July 7. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Anti-extradition bill protesters shout slogans as they march to West Kowloon Express Rail Link Station in Hong Kong, July 7. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
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Anti-extradition bill protesters shout slogans as they march to West Kowloon Express Rail Link Station in Hong Kong, July 7. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Anti-extradition bill protesters shout slogans as they march to West Kowloon Express Rail Link Station in Hong Kong, July 7. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Anti-extradition bill protesters shout slogans as they march to West Kowloon Express Rail Link Station in Hong Kong, July 7. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
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Anti-extradition bill protesters march to West Kowloon Express Rail Link Station in Hong Kong, July 7. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Anti-extradition bill protesters march to West Kowloon Express Rail Link Station in Hong Kong, July 7. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Anti-extradition bill protesters march to West Kowloon Express Rail Link Station in Hong Kong, July 7. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
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Anti-extradition bill protesters shout slogans as they march to West Kowloon Express Rail Link Station in Hong Kong, July 7. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Anti-extradition bill protesters shout slogans as they march to West Kowloon Express Rail Link Station in Hong Kong, July 7. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Anti-extradition bill protesters shout slogans as they march to West Kowloon Express Rail Link Station in Hong Kong, July 7. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
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Anti-extradition bill protesters shout slogans as they march to West Kowloon Express Rail Link Station in Hong Kong, July 7. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Anti-extradition bill protesters shout slogans as they march to West Kowloon Express Rail Link Station in Hong Kong, July 7. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Anti-extradition bill protesters shout slogans as they march to West Kowloon Express Rail Link Station in Hong Kong, July 7. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
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Anti-extradition bill protesters sit outside West Kowloon Express Rail Link Station in Hong Kong, July 7. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Anti-extradition bill protesters sit outside West Kowloon Express Rail Link Station in Hong Kong, July 7. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Anti-extradition bill protesters sit outside West Kowloon Express Rail Link Station in Hong Kong, July 7. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
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The colonial flag of Hong Kong flies over a march of anti-extradition bill protesters to West Kowloon Express Rail Link Station in Hong Kong, July 7. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

The colonial flag of Hong Kong flies over a march of anti-extradition bill protesters to West Kowloon Express Rail Link Station in Hong Kong, July 7. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

The colonial flag of Hong Kong flies over a march of anti-extradition bill protesters to West Kowloon Express Rail Link Station in Hong Kong, July 7. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
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Anti-extradition bill protesters march to West Kowloon Express Rail Link Station at Hong Kong's tourism district Tsim Sha Tsui, July 7. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

Anti-extradition bill protesters march to West Kowloon Express Rail Link Station at Hong Kong's tourism district Tsim Sha Tsui, July 7. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

Anti-extradition bill protesters march to West Kowloon Express Rail Link Station at Hong Kong's tourism district Tsim Sha Tsui, July 7. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
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Anti-extradition bill protesters march to West Kowloon Express Rail Link Station at Hong Kong's tourism district Tsim Sha Tsui, July 7. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

Anti-extradition bill protesters march to West Kowloon Express Rail Link Station at Hong Kong's tourism district Tsim Sha Tsui, July 7. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

Anti-extradition bill protesters march to West Kowloon Express Rail Link Station at Hong Kong's tourism district Tsim Sha Tsui, July 7. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
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Anti-extradition bill protesters march to West Kowloon Express Rail Link Station at Hong Kong's tourism district Tsim Sha Tsui, July 7. Posters read, "Stay strong, Hong Kong." REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

Anti-extradition bill protesters march to West Kowloon Express Rail Link Station at Hong Kong's tourism district Tsim Sha Tsui, July 7. Posters read, "Stay strong, Hong Kong." REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

Anti-extradition bill protesters march to West Kowloon Express Rail Link Station at Hong Kong's tourism district Tsim Sha Tsui, July 7. Posters read, "Stay strong, Hong Kong." REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
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Anti-extradition bill protesters march to West Kowloon Express Rail Link Station at Hong Kong's tourism district Tsim Sha Tsui, July 7. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

Anti-extradition bill protesters march to West Kowloon Express Rail Link Station at Hong Kong's tourism district Tsim Sha Tsui, July 7. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

Anti-extradition bill protesters march to West Kowloon Express Rail Link Station at Hong Kong's tourism district Tsim Sha Tsui, July 7. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
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Anti-extradition bill protesters march to West Kowloon Express Rail Link Station at Hong Kong's tourism district Tsim Sha Tsui, July 7. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

Anti-extradition bill protesters march to West Kowloon Express Rail Link Station at Hong Kong's tourism district Tsim Sha Tsui, July 7. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

Anti-extradition bill protesters march to West Kowloon Express Rail Link Station at Hong Kong's tourism district Tsim Sha Tsui, July 7. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
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An anti-extradition bill protester peers through barriers outside the West Kowloon Express Rail Link Station during a march at Hong Kong's tourism district Tsim Sha Tsui, July 7. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

An anti-extradition bill protester peers through barriers outside the West Kowloon Express Rail Link Station during a march at Hong Kong's tourism district Tsim Sha Tsui, July 7. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

An anti-extradition bill protester peers through barriers outside the West Kowloon Express Rail Link Station during a march at Hong Kong's tourism district Tsim Sha Tsui, July 7. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
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