Global  

Celebrating 10 Years of Trusted News Discovery
One News Page
> > >

Hundreds march in Hong Kong against use of tear gas

WorldNews Sunday, 1 December 2019 ()
Hundreds march in Hong Kong against use of tear gasHONG KONG--Hundreds of protesters in Hong Kong, including many families with children, marched on Sunday in protest against police use of tear gas as the Asian financial hub geared up for further anti-government demonstrations following a week of calm. Carrying yellow balloons and waving banners that read "No tear gas, save our children," the protesters streamed through the city's central business district towards government headquarters on the main Hong Kong island. Three marches are planned for Sunday and all have been approved by authorities. On Saturday, secondary school...
0
shares
ShareTweetSavePostSend
 
Credit: Reuters Studio - Published < > Embed
News video: Rallies against tear gas and for Trump in Hong Kong

Rallies against tear gas and for Trump in Hong Kong 01:37

Police fired tear gas in Hong Kong, mark the end of a week of relative calm since district elections. David Doyle reports.

Recent related videos from verified sources

Protesters set up barricades in central Hong Kong [Video]Protesters set up barricades in central Hong Kong

Protesters set up barricades in Hong Kong on Sunday (December 8th) as an official protest of thousands of people drew to an end.

Credit: Newsflare STUDIO     Duration: 00:58Published

Tear gas fills air above protest in western French city of Nantes [Video]Tear gas fills air above protest in western French city of Nantes

French police have fired tear gas at protesters in the western city of Nantes on Saturday. Footage showed clouds of tear gas in the air close to the prefecture where thousands of people were..

Credit: Newsflare     Duration: 00:37Published


Recent related news from verified sources

Hundreds march in Hong Kong against use of tear gas; city braces for further protests

Hundreds of protesters in Hong Kong, including many families with children, marched on Sunday in protest against police use of tear gas as the Asian financial...
Reuters Also reported by •France 24RIA Nov.

Hong Kong residents living with tear gas worry of effects

HONG KONG (AP) — By day, the small commercial kitchen in a Hong Kong industrial building produces snacks. At night, it turns into a secret laboratory...
Seattle Times Also reported by •France 24ReutersRIA Nov.CBC.ca

You Might Like


Tweets about this

Peter63662755

TheSaint RT @VOANews: A reporter is beaten as hundreds of pro-Beijing supporters take part in a “patriotic” rally in Hong Kong on the eve of a massi… 36 minutes ago

FlyingF14014214

FlyingFree RT @MailOnline: Hundreds of Hong Kong anti-government protesters march to thank American lawmakers for supporting pro-democracy demonstrati… 1 hour ago

VOANews

The Voice of America A reporter is beaten as hundreds of pro-Beijing supporters take part in a “patriotic” rally in Hong Kong on the eve… https://t.co/WgEH1VAyAk 12 hours ago

shd20014

hong kong RT @Reuters: Hundreds of Hong Kong protesters march against police use of tear gas. Police have fired around 10,000 rounds of tear gas sinc… 19 hours ago

usalady324

ひふまみ RT @globeandmail: Hundreds march in Hong Kong against use of tear gas; city braces for further protests https://t.co/V1nS5yNAmd https://t.c… 1 day ago

RubyMSteel1

Brian J. Smith 🍀 Hundreds March in Seoul Calling for Korean Government to Voice Support for Hong Kong #Human_Rights_in_China… https://t.co/EwpZsd6Urs 2 days ago

lixiaomin2016

Peter RT @EmmaGxszjlw2008: Hundreds March in Seoul Calling for Korean Government to Voice Support for Hong Kong #Korean #Government #HongKong #CC… 2 days ago

PelleCj

Cj Pelle @dyson_lin The Chinese government has described the protests as "the worst crisis in Hong Kong" since the handover… https://t.co/rxe2W9DU2s 2 days ago

Environmentally friendly: One News Page is hosted on servers powered solely by renewable energy
© 2019 One News Page Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
About us  |  Contact us  |  Disclaimer  |  Press Room  |  Terms & Conditions  |  Content Accreditation
 RSS  |  News for my Website  |  Free news search widget  |  In the News  |  DMCA / Content Removal  |  Privacy & Data Protection Policy
How are we doing? FeedbackSend us your feedback  |   LIKE us on Facebook   FOLLOW us on Twitter  •  FOLLOW us on Pinterest
One News® is a registered trademark of One News Page Ltd.