Hong Kong anniversary: Six months since 'million-man' march

At least two deaths, more than 10,000 tear gas canisters fired and almost 6,000 arrests.

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    It has been six months since a mass anti-government march in Hong Kong which organisers say attracted more than one million people onto the streets.

    Since then, the movement has broadened - with calls for greater democracy and an end to police brutality.

    Al Jazeera's Adrian Brown reports from Hong Kong.


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