In Hong Kong Several thousand people have rallied to protest against alleged sexual violence by police during the past months of demonstrations.
According to organizer some 30,000 people attended the rally, that was billed as a #MeToo event, echoing global protests to end sexual assault and harassment.
Hong Kong Police said they respected the rights of people in detention, and had not received formal complaints.
At Wednesday’s rally, some attendees told the crowd they had been mistreated by police officers.
Demonstrators have repeatedly accused the police of brutality, and are demanding an independent inquiry.
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13 November, 2019