HONG KONG -- Protests in Hong Kong against a proposed law that would allow people to be extradited to mainland China turned violent on Wednesday afternoon, with police firing rubber bullets, tear gas and pepper spray to disperse crowds that had surrounded the city's main government compound.
Hong Kong’s Hospital Authority told Nikkei that 72 people were injured as of Wednesday evening, with two in serious condition.
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