Hong Kong Protests, Extradition Bill

Hong Kong Protests, Extradition Bill

Hong Kong protests: Police fire tear gas at protesters in Tai Wai, Tsim Sha Tsui

Hong Kong protests: Police fire tear gas at protesters in Tai Wai

10/8/2019 2:58:00 PM

Hong Kong protests: Police fire tear gas at protesters in Tai Wai

HONG KONG: Riot police fired tear gas at protesters in Tai Wai and Tsim Sha Tsui on Saturday (Aug 10) during another weekend of rallies in Hong ...

BookmarkHONG KONG: Riot police fired tear gas at protesters in Tai Wai and Tsim Sha Tsui on Saturday (Aug 10) during another weekend of rallies in Hong Kong, as pro-democracy protesters defied warnings to cancel a march and blocked intersections in several parts of the city.

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The fresh demonstrations came after the city's leader pledged she would not grant concessions to the protesters as their movement enters its third month.AdvertisementAdvertisementActivists gathered on Saturday afternoon in the city's Tai Po district to stage a march despite police denying them a permit, facing off against officers who held up signs warning:"Disperse or we may use force."

But before any clash could break out, the protesters pulled back and began heading to different parts of the city.One group gathered in the Sha Tin neighbourhood, where last week riot police and protesters fought pitched battles inside a luxury shopping complex. headtopics.com

Another group headed to the Tai Wai district, where they began dismantling railings along the road to set up barricades.AdvertisementAdvertisementProtesters build a barricade on a road in Tai Wai in the New Territories of Hong Kong on Aug 10, 2019. (Photo: AFP / Anthony WALLACE)

"Today is not about standing off with police or guarding a road. It's more about going to different places and leaving once police get here," said a 17-year-old student protester who gave only his surname, Lok. Read more: CNA »

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This is never going to end. Good luck HK. Youvevscrewed yourselves bigtime. Who funded this protest? Its like never ending. Just taser the trouble makers, the rest will disperse. Chinese and Chinese? Terrible unbelievable Hong Kong independence is the dog of the United States, the dog of the lost family, go away and be your dog.

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