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Hong Kong's pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong poses during an interview at the Reuters New York office in New York City, U.S., September 14, 2019.

Hong Kong’s leading pro-democracy activist is urging US lawmakers to stop exporting tear gas made in Pennsylvania to Hong Kong police

Images of the tear gas canisters have circulated on social media with labels revealing the weapons were manufactured in Homer City, Pennsylvania.

How Hong Kong’s pro-democracy protests went from peaceful demonstrations to tear-gas-filled clashes in 3 months

Pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong have brought violence to the city in the form of near-weekly clashes between police and activists.

Chaos at Hong Kong’s Yuen Long MTR station as protesters confront police while marking one month since mob attack

Protesters gathered at MTR station demanding justice for victims of rampage by white-clad men on July 21.
A protester cleans an information board during an event to clean Sham Shui Po MTR underground station in Hong Kong on August 19, 2019, one of the areas where clashes between police and protesters have taken place and tear gas used outside the station.

Hong Kong activists showed up to clean up a train station after violent clashes there with police

Hong Kongers on Monday returned to the scene of clashes between police and protesters — except this time, they came armed with cleaning supplies.
Members of a migrant caravan walking next to the border fence between Mexico and the US before requesting asylum.

Sinclair Group reportedly required over 100 TV stations to air ‘must run’ segment that defends use of tear gas on migrants at the border

Sinclair Broadcast Group is said to have required its over 100 local news outlets to air a defense of the US's use of tear gas on migrants.
Maria Lila Meza Castro, a 35-year-old migrant woman from Honduras, runs away from tear gas with her five-year-old twin daughters at the US-Mexico border on Sunday.

Mom pictured fleeing with her kids from tear gas at the US border says she never thought Border Patrol would use it on children

Maria Lila Meza Castro arrived at the US-Mexico border to seek asylum on Sunday alongside other members of the Central American migrant caravan.
A migrant family runs away from tear gas in front of the border wall with Mexico in Tijuana, Mexico, on November 25, 2018.

Backlash erupts after the Trump administration fires tear gas at migrants in clash at the US-Mexico border

US officials launched tear gas at migrants in a confrontation at a US border facility near Tijuana Sunday, and agencies were defensive amid backlash.

Intense photos from South Korea’s biggest protest in 7 years

Dozens were arrested and injured after protests over education and labor reform turned ugly.