CNN: Protests in Hong Kong Have Turned Violent

‘This comes after more than a million people marched Sunday, according to organizers, in protest against a hugely controversial extradition bill with China’

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BERMAN: "The protest we've been looking at all morning in Hong Kong have now turned violent. Police firing teargas and using high pressure water hoses. These are some live pictures from the streets right now of the crowds. You can see slightly dispersed but the line's certainly drawn outside of the government headquarters. Demonstrators forced lawmakers to delay debate of a controversial extradition bill.” 

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