Hong Kong police fired tear gas on Tuesday in the Central financial district, over the harbour in Mong Kok and at universities to break up pro-democracy protests which they said were leading the city to the “brink of total breakdown”.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Police fired tear gas and water cannon to break up rallies as activists blocked roads and trashed shopping malls across Hong Kong’s New Territories and Kowloon peninsula on Sunday during the 24th straight weekend of..
Violence is spreading across Hong Kong's New Territories. It's the 24th straight weekend of unrest there. According to Reuters, black-clad activists blocked roads and trashed shopping malls in anti-government protests. Protesters vandalized a train..
Riot police on Sunday (November 10th) used pepper spray to clear protesters and media from inside a shopping mall in Hong Kong.
Footage showed police driving back pro-democracy protesters and media gathered in the Festival Walk shopping mall in..
Hong Kong police fired tear gas to break up anti-government protests in the central Kowloon district on Thursday (October 31), as masked demonstrators gatecrashed fancy-dress Halloween festivities in a party street on the other side of the harbor...
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam on Monday met with imams at the Kowloon Mosque to apologize, after police hit the place of worship with a water cannon as they battled protesters during another day of political unrest. Michelle Hennessy reports.
Jets of water dyed blue and mixed with an irritant hit Hong Kong's biggest mosque on Sunday (October 20) after pro-democracy demonstrations in the heart of the Kowloon peninsula. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
Hong Kong police fired tear gas at protesters throwing petrol bombs on Sunday (October 20) as thousands staged an illegal march through the Kowloon district that will test the strength of the pro-democracy campaign after four months of unrest.
Activists gathered at Festival Walk in Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong to protest against the new anti-mask law on Friday (October 4).
In the video, the protesters can be heard shouting the slogan: "Liberate Hong Kong, revolution of our time."