Hong Kong medics accuse police of harassment

Medical workers in Hong Kong are protesting against what they say is police brutality.

    Hundreds of Hong Kong medical workers and other anti-government protesters rallied in the city's financial centre on Saturday, angry about perceived police brutality during the months of anti-government protests that have often ended in bloodshed.

    Police have fired tear gas and rubber bullets at protesters, and medics have been caught in the middle.

    Al Jazeera's Divya Gopalan reports from Hong Kong.


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