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Protests in Hong Kong leave fires blazing in the streets

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Police stormed a university that was occupied by anti-government protesters. Police fired tears gas and water cannons outside the university while protesters threw bricks and gasoline bombs setting an overhead footbridge on fire. Hong Kong Polytechnic University President Jin-Guang Teng agreed to suspend police use of force and asked demonstrators to "leave the campus in a peaceful manner.”