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Rights groups and democracy activists have accused police in Hong Kong of using excessive force after teargas was fired into an enclosed subway station on Sunday night in Kwai Fong during an intense weekend of clashes. It is unclear how many protesters were in the station but it is rare for officers to fire teargas indoors. Pro-democracy street protests in Hong Kong entered their 10th week on Monday with no sign of either side backing down
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