指示威者佔據軒尼詩道 警方稱屬「未經批准集結」

Map. History of Hong Kong conflict

21 二月 2020
At least four rounds of tear gas have been fired in North Point Video: SCMP/Nectar Gan
In North Point, Beijing supporters quarrel with protesters, as a man waves a Hong Kong independence flag while some shout "Fujian independence." Video: SCMP/Nectar Gan
Protesters throw Molotov cocktails outside the Hong Kong government office. Police fire a water cannon and tear gas at protesters
A video going viral online shows a middle-aged man being beaten up by protesters this afternoon. He was later found lying injured at Gloucester Road. Paramedics treated him; he was conscious
Crowd of bystanders in North Point start yelling at riot police who arrested protesters, after men in white were seen beating people. antiELABhk5 月 前
Crowd of bystanders in North Point start yelling at riot police who arrested protesters, after men in white were seen beating people. #antiELABhk
Police Unimog vehicle show at Causeway Bay #antiELAB
Riot police officers have gone inside Fortress Hill MTR station
Some pro-Beijing men at North Point pushing and attacking journalists. This is not the first time, they attacked members of the press before and walked away, @hkpoliceforce didn't follow up.
Riot police threw at least three tear gas canisters directly at a group of journalists outside Causeway Bay MTR station Exit E, according to InMedia (1st pic) and United Social Press (2nd pic)
A police officer points pepper spray at the dozens of people who have gathered outside a Causeway Bay MTR station exit, some of whom are pointing laser beams Video: SCMP/Phila Siu
A young man was subdued near Victoria Park in Causeway Bay. An elderly woman, angry at the police action, urges officers to show their warrant cards. Police respond that they can do so if the woman walks inside the circle of officers. She refuses
After Sunday's unauthorized protest march, Witnessed a crowd of protesters beat a man bloody in Hong Kong's Tin Hau neighborhood. It's not clear why they targeted him.
30 or 40 something riot police are stationing in Tin Hau station. Most of them are resting in the paid area
Man in white yelling "Fujianese people come out." as fights are breaking out in Fortress Hill. These thugs were beating up the reporters eariler. Reporters, protesters, and residents are teaming up against them HongKong HongKongProtests
White-shirted men entered Fortress Hill MTR Station and fought with commuters at 8:20pm on Sunday. A journalist was injured. Photo: Apple Daily screenshot.
[Hong Kong Island] The police's armored vehicles and water cannons have already arrived at Yee Wo Street. (8:25 PM)
Protesters are vandalising a set of traffic lights at the intersection of Fleming Road and Johnston Road in Wan Chai. Video: SCMP/Nectar Gan
Protesters have set one of the entrances to Wan Chai MTR station on fire. Video: SCMP/Mat Booth
A close-up of the water cannon spraying blue dye at protesters. Video: SCMP
Riot police just rushed out Wan Chai station, charging at hundreds of black-clad protesters on Hennessy Road before firing a round of tear gas. Video: SCMP/Nectar Gan
Protesters have smashed the glass of the exit of Admiralty MTR station linking to the Admiralty Centre #HongKongProtests
Black flag ready near CGO #hongkongprotests
Police have warned they will disperse protesters in Admiralty and Central very soon. They have told protesters to stop blocking MTR station exits and lighting fires #HongKongProtests
Thousands outside Hong Kong government headquarters where a nearby subway station was also defaced - this is where the water cannon was used a few weeks ago
Admiralty MTR station is also closed with trains not stopping there. #HongKongProtest
Still have crowds moving west on Hennessy Rd, and also moving east on Gloucester Rd. So I have no idea where the almost inevitable police response will start. I wanna say Causeway Bay, but feels more like it would start closer then fall back to there
指示威者佔據軒尼詩道 警方稱屬「未經批准集結」
The star spangled banner, @realDonaldTrump 2020 campaign banner, US flags
Today's match from Causeway Bay to Central has started #HongKongProtest
Police water cannon vehicles have been spotted standing by on Hong Kong Island on Sunday afternoon. They were first used on protesters on August 25 in Tsuen Wan. Photo: Stand News.
14:36 today's "unapproved" march going through Causeway Bay on Hennessy Road
At HK Causeway Bay, crowds gathering despite police objection to CHRF protest march. Crowds chanting "Reclaim HK, kick out Communists"
Crowd on East Point Rd / Hennessy Rd as of 1.50pm
Uproar after plainclothes Hong Kong police subdue men at bus stop in Lok Fu5 月 前
Uproar after plainclothes Hong Kong police subdue men at bus stop in Lok Fu
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Sunday afternoon Police Road Block on Bonham Road Mid Levels West. A rally from Causeway Bay to Central this afternoon has not received a letter of no objection, but it is anticipated many will march HongKongProtest
Crowds arrived at Amoy Plaza, Kowloon Bay after pro-Beijing protesters in light-blue shirts gathered in the mall at 3pm. They were followed by riot police. Photo: RTHK screenshot. antiELAB5 月 前
Crowds arrived at Amoy Plaza, Kowloon Bay after pro-Beijing protesters in light-blue shirts gathered in the mall at 3pm. They were followed by riot police. Photo: RTHK screenshot. #antiELAB
In Tin Shui Wai, several hundred protesters are marching in the street. No police anywhere. This has been a pattern over the past three weeks: Police ban a march & then when people show up anyway, they're nowhere to be seen5 月 前
In Tin Shui Wai, several hundred protesters are marching in the street. No police anywhere. This has been a pattern over the past three weeks: Police ban a march & then when people show up anyway, they're nowhere to be seen
Hundreds of protesters just filed out of Tin Sau Road Park in Tin Shui Wai. A family march scheduled for today had received a letter of objection  Once again, they're singing Glory to Hong Kong5 月 前
Hundreds of protesters just filed out of Tin Sau Road Park in Tin Shui Wai. A family march scheduled for today had received a letter of objection Once again, they're singing "Glory to Hong Kong"
Amoy Plaza: There's no fewer than 5 ambulances outside (on just one street, there may be more outside other entrances). It's clear there's been some kind of major incident - must have been elsewhere in the mall5 月 前
Amoy Plaza: There's no fewer than 5 ambulances outside (on just one street, there may be more outside other entrances). It's clear there's been some kind of major incident - must have been elsewhere in the mall
Police have arrested a pro-democracy demonstrator & brutally wrestled him to the ground in Amoy Plaza, which has seen singing meets of both pro-Beijing & pro-democracy supporters today. The plainclothes cop made the initial arrest; unclear why. 反送中 antiELAB HongKongProtests5 月 前
Police have arrested a pro-democracy demonstrator & brutally wrestled him to the ground in Amoy Plaza, which has seen singing meets of both pro-Beijing & pro-democracy supporters today. The plainclothes cop made the initial arrest; unclear why. 反送中 antiELAB HongKongProtests
From Stand News: Scuffles have broken out at Amoy Plaza, as a large group of pro-Beijing activists are gathering inside the shopping mall while waving the Chinese national flag. Some AntiELAB protesters are calling on others to go there on Telegram5 月 前
From Stand News: Scuffles have broken out at Amoy Plaza, as a large group of pro-Beijing activists are gathering inside the shopping mall while waving the Chinese national flag. Some AntiELAB protesters are calling on others to go there on Telegram
Despite online threat, several hundreds gather at Edinburgh Place to attend this secondary school student rally. The organiser said earlier this rally would be cancelled due to threat sent to them saying they would be arrested if they continued to hold the rally. #antiELAB
Over a hundred people, mostly students, are gathering at Central
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