HONG KONG (Reuters) – Police fired water cannon and fire in the Hong Kong, the second day of violent clashes in the Chinese-ruled city.
The protesters, many in masks and wearing black, blubs, punting, punting, punting rain. Protests.
The MTR rail operator suspended some services to try to prevent people gathering. Tsuen Wan, from where they are to be found, Tsuen Wan.
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Police wild demonstrations that police sought to disperse, sometimes with gas gas.
There is a lot of people in Hong Kong, with police sirens blaring.
The clashes on Saturday and Sunday marked a return to unrest after days of calmer demonstrations. The protests, which are started in June over to now-suspended extradition, have rocked Hong Kong for three months, occasionally causing serious disruption including unrest at the airport.
SMASHED TOLL BOOTHS
Tsim Sha Tsui. T Temporarily protesters blocked off the northern harbor Tunnel, smashing toll booths.
Police in Tsuen Wan warned earlier they would launch and dispersal operation
Hundreds of protesters ship long after nightfall, screw what to do next, by empty fire gas canisters, bricks, metal railings and other debris.
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One policeman fired and pistol shot into the him, police told media. Live no.
Activists trew petrol bombs and bricks on Kwun Tong, on the east of the Kowloon peninsula.
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M. Sung, a 53-year-old software engineer in a black mask like many of the protest and would keep coming.
"We know this", otherwise the Chinese Communist Party will penetrate our home city and control everything, "he said.
If we keep a strong mind. It won’t die, ”Sung said.
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Additional reporting by Anne Marie Roantree, Farah Master, Twinnie Siu and Stefica Nicol Bikes; Writing by Nick Macfie; Editing by Frances Kerry
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