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Image caption Video emerged on Sunday that showed suspected undercover officers arresting protesters. Hong Kong police have admitted deploying officers disguised as anti-government protesters during mass unrest that rocked the city on Sunday. Some officers disguised themselves as "different characters", a spokesman said, adding that the "decoy operation" had targeted "extreme violent rioters". It comes after video surfaced showing suspected undercover officers making arrests during Sunday's clashes. Protesters have called for an inquiry into the actions of the police. Hong Kong's mass demonstrations and unrest show no sign of abating, more than two months after they were sparked by a contr... Full story

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