大埔中心一帶,一名帶口罩男子被制伏。#禁蒙面法

Map. History of Hong Kong conflict

20 二月 2020
05:10 in Hong Kong: The earlier a security alert has just resolved, services of Light Rail Route 505, 507, 610, 614P, 615P, 706, 761P are resuming
Bricks litter the road near PrinceEdward MTR.   hongkongprotests4 月 前
Bricks litter the road near PrinceEdward MTR. #hongkongprotests
Trafalgar Square, London. Hong Kong protestors destroying China's flag
A middle-aged man is threatening the public with a knife in a Tuen Mun McDonalds.  Earlier, riot police dispersed protesters in Mong Kok, Aberdeen and Tai Po among other places.4 月 前
A middle-aged man is threatening the public with a knife in a Tuen Mun McDonalds. Earlier, riot police dispersed protesters in Mong Kok, Aberdeen and Tai Po among other places.
Hong Kongers marching through London, "Fight for Freedom, Stand with Hong Kong."
【2358】警方於西洋菜南街制服一名市民,並帶走上車。(黃金棋攝)4 月 前
【2358】警方於西洋菜南街制服一名市民,並帶走上車。(黃金棋攝)
旺角彌敦道及亞皆老街十字路口有人設路障。禁蒙面法4 月 前
旺角彌敦道及亞皆老街十字路口有人設路障。#禁蒙面法
大埔中心一帶,一名帶口罩男子被制伏。#禁蒙面法
旺角彌敦道街頭見到水炮車。禁蒙面法4 月 前
旺角彌敦道街頭見到水炮車。#禁蒙面法
4 月 前
Police PR has confirmed that the 14-year-old boy has been arrested on suspicion of taking part in a riot and assaulting police, same as Tsang Chi-kin, the 18-year-old who was also shot by a cop with a live round in Tsuen Wan on October 1.
Another look from last night at how severe the fire at the Jardine's Bazaar exit got
4 月 前
The 14-year-old boy who was shot by a police officer with a live round in Yuen Long last night has been arrested on suspicion of participating in a riot and assaulting police officers, says @appledaily_hk.
Yuen Long: Police roll out an army in Yuen Long4 月 前
Yuen Long: Police roll out an army in Yuen Long
On Saturday afternoon, hundreds of masked protesters formed a human chain in Tsim Sha Tsui and marched north to Sham Shui Po, defying the emergency ban. Photo: InMedia.4 月 前
On Saturday afternoon, hundreds of masked protesters formed a human chain in Tsim Sha Tsui and marched north to Sham Shui Po, defying the emergency ban. Photo: InMedia.
In Sheung Shui, masked protesters vandalised pro-Beijing stores and state-owned bank branches on Saturday afternoon, dispersing before police could arrive. Photo: InMedia.
Meanwhile, police engage in confidence-building & de-escalation (not) by filming protesters (in Central before 6pm). In fact, they've done this for years, in spite of criticism from UN & human rights orgs, & it's for precisely this reason protesters took to wearing masks
18:20 Riot police finally arrived Sheung Shui, northern-most boundary town that constantly troubled by cross-border smuggling activities. They wandered around the town, found nothing interesting (& residents there just ignored them) & left with empty hands. Source: RTHK 32 Live
A sigh of relief. Protesters who formed the human chain in Kowloon just walked pass the Mong Kok police station without stopping. No police officers are seen in the area.4 月 前
A sigh of relief. Protesters who formed the human chain in Kowloon just walked pass the Mong Kok police station without stopping. No police officers are seen in the area.
Long queue (from UG floor to ground floor) and empty shelves in a Wellcome supermarket on Wan Chai Rd, 20 mins before the chain closes for the day
[Tai Po] Video showing attempted murder of youth in Tai Po by running him over with a car. Sources on LIHKG say there was a verbal argument beforehand
Fresh vandalism and ransacking of shops is being broadcast in Sheung Shui, protesters targeting brands that are either mainland owned or have expressed support for HKGovt/Beijing
Despite the closure of all subways, demonstration prohibited and masks prohibited, a demonstration marching from Causeway Bay to Central
HKprotesters marching past Chater Garden in Central. #hongkongprotests #antiELAB Credit: @GeoffreyKFCheng
"I have the right. To wear a mask." 我有權,戴口罩 Hong Kong Island marchers chanted. The yellow banner says 我願榮光歸香港 I wish glory to Hong Kong
It's official now: Six Demands, Not One Less #AntiMaskBan
Marching through Wanchai now. Every person, every mask illegal. They know it. Yellow banner says "我願榮光歸香港" and black one says "香港警察蓄意謀殺" Credit photo and report: @GeoffreyKFCheng
Not only is the MTR shut down, along with many malls, so is Kowloon Park. De facto curfew. Nobody allowed to enjoy the trees
MTR says all services except Airport Express to remain shut on Saturday
March again on Hong Kong street with mask
#AntiMaskLaw march Head at Causeway Bay. Masks, chants 5DemandsNot1Less, reviews CarrieLam EmergencyLaw many girls as usual in the demonstrations
Carrie Lam to deliver televised speech soon - @icablenews
NOW in Causeway Bay, a small crowd, including members of the yellow-vest Guard The Children group, are standing in shade outside Sogo. Quite a number of reporters waiting nearby, for a march that's uncertain whether will take place
Causeway Bay 1:30 PM all quiet , Sogo closed, black screen, shopping malls closed. In the back street though, restaurants open.
Happening now: Flash mob in @brisbanecityqld in solidarity with Hong Kong
Rally in London in support of Hong Kong: Chants of "Hong Kongers Fight Back" erupt
Police PR official Yolanda Yu said the gunshot in Yuen Long on Friday night was "lawful and reasonable" because he was attacked by "a large number of rioters"
Police PR official Yolanda Yu said 14 districts across Hong Kong (the city has 18 districts in total) had protests since Friday evening
Police began the early morning press conference after whole day protests, likening rioters to "robbers" for setting up fire at Chinese state owned bank. #hongkongprotests
02:35, citizens are seen outside various bank ATMs to withdraw cash after the activation of emergency law4 月 前
02:35, citizens are seen outside various bank ATMs to withdraw cash after the activation of emergency law
The fire marks the onset of the mask ban, which has been enacted since midnight today. Bonfires had been set up in Wong Tai Sin, one of the most common battlefields in the AntiELAB movement. Though the fire is gone, the city is furthered clouded with haze. AntiMaskLaw4 月 前
The fire marks the onset of the mask ban, which has been enacted since midnight today. Bonfires had been set up in Wong Tai Sin, one of the most common battlefields in the AntiELAB movement. Though the fire is gone, the city is furthered clouded with haze. #AntiMaskLaw
Police statement on the shooting in Yuen Long district4 月 前
Police statement on the shooting in Yuen Long district
Riot police with shields and rifles are standing by in the hospital where a 14-year-old boy in serious condition is having operation.4 月 前
Riot police with shields and rifles are standing by in the hospital where a 14-year-old boy in serious condition is having operation.
4 月 前
Tuen Mun Hospital confirmed the 14-year-old boy who got shot earlier in Yuen Long is undergoing surgery, currently in serious condition.
Officers in Sha Tin fired several rounds of tear gas after warning protesters outside. But the stand-off continues #hongkongprotests Photo: Edmond So, Sam Tsang
Police accuse protesters in Sha Tin of assaulting officers with laser beams. More rounds of tear gas are fired #hongkongprotests
彌敦道及亞皆老街交界的上海商業銀行外,有示威者在打破閉路電視。禁蒙面法4 月 前
彌敦道及亞皆老街交界的上海商業銀行外,有示威者在打破閉路電視。#禁蒙面法
Youngster climb on this truck, found the instruction manual online, somehow able to start the machine, and now at Sai Wan Ho police station
Big amount of police gathering at Exchange Square
Hong Kong court denied application of an interim injunction, paving way for anti-mask ban to take effect since Sat local time (which is less than 30min later)
This vid circulated on Telegram showed a white clad man wielding a long knife being besieged and clashing with a group of people - mostly black clad protesters - in Sham Shui Po. The man's head seems bleeding4 月 前
This vid circulated on Telegram showed a white clad man wielding a long knife being besieged and clashing with a group of people - mostly black clad protesters - in Sham Shui Po. The man's head seems bleeding
There's a pretty serious fire raging outside the MTR exit in Whampoa and hundreds of residents and exchange students are just watching it unfold from the footbridges
The Tin Fu Light Rail stop in Tin Shui Wai has been set on fire. There is also a big fire burning on Yuen Wo Road in Sha Tin  HongKongProtests4 月 前
The Tin Fu Light Rail stop in Tin Shui Wai has been set on fire. There is also a big fire burning on Yuen Wo Road in Sha Tin #HongKongProtests
HongKong's Transport Dept. has appealed to citizens not to leave their homes
Still a police line on Des Voeux Rd
Hennessy Rd is calm. Riot police on guard on the footbridge outside their headquarters. Exhausted reporters sitting on pedestrian sidewalks and road dividers. Small number of onlookers and passengers linger around. No protester in general
After tear gas was fired in Aberdeen for the first time earlier Friday evening, reports are emerging online of clashes between protesters and armed pro-Beijing supporters at the Aberdeen Fish Market
A China Travel Services branch in Sha Tin has been set on fire #hongkongprotests
They are shutting the airport express at the Hong Kong airport. People are rushing to get in before it's too late
Protesters vandalised and set fire to branches of various Chinese state-owned banks as they marched down Nathan Road.4 月 前
Protesters vandalised and set fire to branches of various Chinese state-owned banks as they marched down Nathan Road.
Walking west past Bank of China Tower. Dozens of cop vans and unmarked cars driving by. Dozens. This was just the middle section
4 月 前
MTR says it suspending train services on all of its lines in light of the damages and fires at its stations
Waterfall in MTR Wong Tai Sin Station4 月 前
Waterfall in MTR Wong Tai Sin Station
Xiaomi's flagship store in Mongkok, Hong Kong has been damaged by protestors. Screenshots from @appledaily_hk live stream.4 月 前
Xiaomi's flagship store in Mongkok, Hong Kong has been damaged by protestors. Screenshots from @appledaily_hk live stream.
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