Hong Kong, Hong Kong Protests

Hong Kong, Hong Kong Protests

Hong Kong cleans up after latest violence ahead of Oct 1 anniversary

Hong Kong cleans up after latest violence ahead of Oct 1 anniversary

23.9.2019

Hong Kong cleans up after latest violence ahead of Oct 1 anniversary

Hong Kong cleaned up on Monday and resumed train services after a weekend of sometimes violent protests that saw pro-democracy activists vandalise ...

Some started to trash fittings at the entrance of the mall. The protesters then spilled outside where they set fire to barricades made of cardboard, broken palm trees and other debris.

MTR said on Monday train services had returned to normal.

China, which has a People's Liberation Army garrison in Hong Kong, has said it has faith in Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam to solve the crisis.

Hong Kong also marks the fifth anniversary this weekend of the start of the"Umbrella Movement" pro-democracy protests that failed to wrestle concessions from Beijing.

Read more: CNA

Hong Kong cleans up after latest violence ahead of Oct 1 anniversary HONG KONG (REUTERS) - Hong Kong cleaned up on Monday (Sept 23) and resumed train services after a weekend of sometimes violent protests that saw pro-democracy activists vandalise a railway station and shopping mall.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Hong Kong cleans up after latest violence ahead of Oct 1 anniversary HONG KONGHong Kong cleaned up on Monday (Sept 23) and resumed train services after a weekend of sometimes violent protests that saw pro-democracy activists vandalise a railway station and shopping mall. HongKong HongKongProstests HongKongProtester antiELAB antiELABhk antiextraditionbillprotest

Hong Kong: Stocks up at Monday's open[ HONG KONG ] Hong Kong stocks started Monday with small gains on hopes for progress in trade talks between China and the US. Read more at The Business Times.

Two 13-year-olds arrested over Hong Kong protests HONG KONGHong Kong police arrested two 13-year-olds on the fringes of anti-government demonstrations over the weekend, including a girl accused of burning a Chinese national flag, authorities said Sunday (Sept 22).

Two 13-year-olds arrested over Hong Kong weekend protests HONG KONG (NYTIMES) - Hong Kong police arrested two 13-year-olds on the fringes of anti-government demonstrations over the weekend, including a girl accused of burning a Chinese national flag, authorities said on Sunday (Sept 22).. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Teenage boy and girl, both 13, among youngest arrested on Saturday night amid Hong Kong protestsA teenage boy and girl, both 13, were among the youngest people arrested on Saturday night amid the 16th straight weekend of anti-government protests rocking Hong Kong .The boy, identified by his surname Kong, was arrested in Tseung Kwan O for “possession of offensive weapons” after police found a laser

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