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Hong Kong police mark protesters out for arrest later

Police in Hong Kong are spraying protesters with blue dye water cannons to make demonstrators easy to spot for possible arrest, leaving the streets awash in blue. #HongKong #BlueDye #HongKongProtest

Hong Kong Protests: Police fire tear gas, water cannon at crowds

Hong Kong Protests: Police fire tear gas, water cannon at crowds

Hong Kong Protests: Police fire blue-dyed water and tear gas

Hong Kong Protests: Police fire blue-dyed water and tear gas

Hong Kong's restaurants take sides in protests

Hong Kong's restaurants take sides in protests

Blue Man Group in Istanbul | On Stage | Showcase

Blue Man Group in Istanbul | On Stage | Showcase

Port explosion scars Lebanese doctor's wedding day

Port explosion scars Lebanese doctor's wedding day

Senegalese farmers plant circular gardens

Senegalese farmers plant circular gardens

Biden's new Covid-19 vaccination push

Biden's new Covid-19 vaccination push

Report says UK is suffering the effects of climate change

Report says UK is suffering the effects of climate change

Vaccine inequality impacting global recovery from outbreak

Vaccine inequality impacting global recovery from outbreak

UN: Taliban peace talks in contrast to domestic actions

UN: Taliban peace talks in contrast to domestic actions

President dismisses head of national TV channel Wataniya

President dismisses head of national TV channel Wataniya

Bosnia's top international official outlaws genocide denial

Bosnia's top international official outlaws genocide denial

UN marks 70th anniversary of UN Refugees Convention

UN marks 70th anniversary of UN Refugees Convention

Ennahda party calls for early elections in Tunisia

Ennahda party calls for early elections in Tunisia

US federal health agency urges masks indoors for vaccinated

US federal health agency urges masks indoors for vaccinated

Police officers testify at hearing on Capitol riots

Police officers testify at hearing on Capitol riots

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