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

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