Map. History of Hong Kong conflict

28 五一 2020
Harcourt Road occupied #AntiELAB
The view from above Hennessey Road now. #notochinaextradition #hongkong
More aerials by @appledaily_hk; the entire Hennessey Road and all of the parallel side streets absolutely flooded with people #反送中 #ExtraditionBill #AntiELAB
HongKong June 16, 2019. There are multiple streets parallel to this that are packed with protestors too.
#NoChinaExtradition protesters at Admiralty
"Do not shoot - we are Hongkongers." HongKong protesters are carrying parodies of the police warning banners, which are usually displayed before tear gas or pepper spray is deployed. #notochinaextradition Photo: @KongTsungGan
A look at the scale of today's march as protesters flood Wan Chai and Admiralty as they head to the Central Government Complex #extraditionbill
Nothing but a sea of people outside @hkpoliceforce HQ, where one of the most popular chants is 'black police.'
Huge Hong Kong rally kicks off as public anger boils.
Unable to reach the memorial site due to overcrowding, people are leaving tributes to the #notochinaextradition protester who fell to his death along the road in Admiralty.
The Taipei #反送中 protests is only 20 minutes in and already hundreds have shown up with more pouring in, heard from one organizer they are expecting over a thousand people. Pleasantly surprised by the turnout, by far the biggest TW-HK solidarity protest to happen in a while.11 月 前
The Taipei #反送中 protests is only 20 minutes in and already hundreds have shown up with more pouring in, heard from one organizer they are expecting over a thousand people. Pleasantly surprised by the turnout, by far the biggest TW-HK solidarity protest to happen in a while.
Map of today's march in Hong Kong
Large crowds have gathered in Victoria Park to urge the gov't to withdraw the extradition bill and to oppose the police's use of force against Wednesday's protesters. The march is set to kick off at 2.30pm.
SCMP's @jeffielam reporting that MTR authorities have announced the train will no longer be stopping at Tin Hau station due to crowd levels. Here's a pic of the scene outside just a few minutes ago.
Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam announces indefinite suspension of extradition bill in wake of mass protests.
Hong Kong leader says divisive extradition law will be 'suspended'
At 7pm the group grew much bigger. Office workers come to show their support after work. People at the back are holding placards silently, while those in front are singing Hallelujah #antiELAB
Hong Kong protest leaders have announced plans for another mass rally on Sunday, escalating their campaign against a China extradition bill a day after police cleared them from the streets using volleys of tear gas and rubber bullets
Silent protest right outside Legislative Council
Outside Hong Kong's legislature at 3am. Not a single protester or police officer in sight. Hours ago, tens of thousands gathered here to protest against the extradition bill @SCMPNews
Protest in Hong Kong now
Night time barricade building on Queensway.
Police starting to clear Admiralty. Clashes occurring. #HongKong
Police is clearing Queensway, keeps yelling "leave now".
Live from HongKong: police officers pointing rifles (assumably rubber bullet riffles) at protester who threw one water bottle to them as they charged along [email protected]
In Wanchai, protesters suddenly left this makeshift road block and ran to somewhere else. reason unclear.
Crowds near PLA garrison in Hong Kong getting bigger. Tensions really high. Protestors ready for actions, but officers not seen closing in. @SCMPNews
Protesters chanting "withdraw" in reference to HongKong's proposed #ExtraditionLaw
The view, a stones throw away from the HSBC building. You can see the lines of peaceful protestors stretching back from Central to the frontline close to the Government HQ @SCMPNews
The majority of demonstrators remain on Connaught Road Central, with more joining after getting off work, and otherwise disrupted around the vicinity of Central
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