- Journalist Atom Araullo went to Hong Kong to cover violent protests
- However, Araullo and his team were hit by a tear gas amid escalating tensions
- Young protesters wanted to fight for autonomy and democratic rights
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GMA reporter and journalist Atom Araullo covered the protests in Hong Kong.
However, KAMI learned that Araullo and his team were hit by a tear gas amid violent protests.
In a report by the GMA News Online (author Kaela Malig), Araullo shared his experience on Stand For Truth Monday.
"Pumutok sa harap ko yung tear gas,” he said.
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It has been reported that young protesters in Hong Kong gathered to fight for autonomy and democratic rights against mainland China.
As reported by the Al Jazeera (author Violet Law), the Hong Kong police are underfire over their violent response to protesters.
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Ever since the extradition bill went controversial, many protests had been happening in Hong Kong. The bill would allow extradition to China and Macau.
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