Clashes Between Protesters and Police in Kowloon Follow Masked March

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Anti-extradition bill protesters in Hong Kong continued to rally on October 20, with a large number of demonstrators wearing masks in defiance of a police ban on the facial coverings.

The Hong Kong Police Force said on Twitter that protesters gathering at Tsim Sha Tsui were blocking carriageways in Nathan Road, participating “in an unauthorized assembly,” and were requested to leave.

At Tsim Sha Tsui police station, officers fired tear gas towards protesters, in an attempt to clear the area. Police said on Twitter that the use of tear gas was the “minimum force necessary” to counter protesters.

As the standoff continued, protesters hurled petrol bombs at Tsim Sha Tsui police station, and police called up a water cannon, referred to by the force’s Twitter account as “a specialised crowd management” vehicle.

This footage shows the scale of the October 20 protests. Credit: SocREC via Storyful

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    c
    Why is it sin to even stand for democracy in other countries? Why is it not a sin to called out others like Putin, Kim Jong-un , and China
  • R
    Ray
    Don't mention protestor numbers, because there are just a few hundred A-holes.
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