Hong Kong riot police seen beating protesters in clash at metro station
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Video captured moments of police violence in Hong Kong on Saturday after riot police moved to detain suspected protesters.
Clashes broke out between protesters and police at Hong Kong's Prince Edward station on Saturday in the 13th consecutive weekend of anti-government and anti-police demonstrations. Police were seen hitting passengers with their batons, spraying pepper spray and pointing rubber pellet guns toward demonstrators on the subway. A number of protesters were arrested and escorted off the station platform by police.
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