Hong Kong police ‘dispose of 10,000 petrol bombs in a week’

Police have given the media rare access to their bomb disposal unit.

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    This weekend marks six months since Hong Kong's pro-democracy protests began.

    Ahead of more rallies, police have given the media rare access to their bomb disposal unit.

    They say in the past week alone, they have disposed of more than 10,000 petrol bombs used by protesters.

    Al Jazeera's Sarah Clarke reports from Hong Kong.


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