Hong Kong protests: Authorised marches held across city

The rally was approved by police so it attracted larger numbers of protesters than the other rallies held on Sunday in Hong Kong.


    Police in Hong Kong have used tear gas and pepper spray on demonstrators rallying across the city.

    Thousands of people marched to protest against police brutality.

    The territory has been witnessing anti-government demonstrations for almost six months.

    Al Jazeera's Sarah Clarke reports from Hong Kong.


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