RECENT SITUATION "MOST DANGEROUS" IN 25 YEARS, SAYS SENIOR HONG KONG POLICE OFFICER

As violent protests entered the third month in Hong Kong, a senior British officer in the Hong Kong police force said the recent and current situation is the most dangerous that he faced in 25 years, and the protesters seem to be well-organized and willing to go to extreme to follow a certain agenda.

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