The Hong Kong government says the ‘degree and extent of violence committed by radical protesters’ in the city was ‘unprecedented’. Photo: Sam Tsang
The Hong Kong government says the ‘degree and extent of violence committed by radical protesters’ in the city was ‘unprecedented’. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong hits back at US report on ‘police brutality’, saying city has been dealing with unprecedented protest violence

  • US State Department’s annual report on human rights in China mentions ‘police brutality’ in Hong Kong
  • But city government says police were ‘duty-bound to take appropriate actions’ to restore law and order

The Hong Kong government says the ‘degree and extent of violence committed by radical protesters’ in the city was ‘unprecedented’. Photo: Sam Tsang
The Hong Kong government says the ‘degree and extent of violence committed by radical protesters’ in the city was ‘unprecedented’. Photo: Sam Tsang
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