Map. History of Hong Kong conflict

12 December 2019
A secondary school students' rally to support underaged arrestees — one of many to take place across HongKong over the past weeks — was held in Tuen Mun at dusk on Thursday.  On Friday, another will be held in Tsim Sha Tsui.  Photo: Kero / USP.35 minute ago
A secondary school students' rally to support underaged arrestees — one of many to take place across HongKong over the past weeks — was held in Tuen Mun at dusk on Thursday. On Friday, another will be held in Tsim Sha Tsui. Photo: Kero / USP.
Security Secretary John Lee tells lawmakers that every single police officer at protests displays some kind of ID number, and even plainclothes officers wear them if possible.
On Wednesday afternoon, the pro-Beijing "Concern Group Against Dirty Money and Hong Kong Independence" rallied outside the Government Headquarters, calling for quick legislation of Basic Law Article 23's security measures. Photo: Stand News.
Some people in the vicinity of Kwai Chung's Wednesday lunchtime protests were stopped and searched by masked police officers. Photo: Stand News.
In Kwun Tong, local workers spent Wednesday lunchtime writing Christmas cards to arrested protesters imprisoned or denied bail before their trials. Photo: Stand News.1 day ago
In Kwun Tong, local workers spent Wednesday lunchtime writing Christmas cards to arrested protesters imprisoned or denied bail before their trials. Photo: Stand News.
In Causeway Bay, lunchtime protesters marched outside of the annual Brands and Products Expo to shout slogans. Netizens had earlier called on protesters to enter the exhibition itself at its Tuesday opening ceremony. Photo: Stand News.
Multiple lunchtime protests took place across HongKong's office districts on Wednesday, over six months into the movement. Photo: Stand News.
Around 200 people are in attendance at Tuesday evening's International Human Rights Day rally - approved by police in advance - at Admiralty's "Lennon Wall". Photo: Jimmy Lam / USP
1 day ago
Taiwanese president Tsai denies 'using' Hong Kong protests for election
HK Court of Appeal refuses to continue suspending ruling that mask ban is unconstitutional but will still allow govt to proceed with appeal of the ruling.
00:52: police arrested 3 males and 2 females in Tin Shui Wai.2 day ago
00:52: police arrested 3 males and 2 females in Tin Shui Wai.
Police announce they have defused two explosive devices found near Wah Yan College in Wan Chai this evening Police say the devices consisted of 10kg of explosives with nails added for shrapnel, meaning a blast radius of 50-100m if detonation had occurred
Police are stopping and searching young people in Mong Kok on Monday night, after makeshift roadblocks were reported on Shantung Street earlier in the evening.  Photo: RTHK screenshot.2 day ago
Police are stopping and searching young people in Mong Kok on Monday night, after makeshift roadblocks were reported on Shantung Street earlier in the evening. Photo: RTHK screenshot.
In Taipo, residents were blocking the roads and confronting the police; Tai Wo rd is blocked by police.
Dec 9, 22:55 HKT in Taipo, Hong Kong Police point pepper spray shouting at reporters again, don't cross the line which no clear indication where the line is
40 riot police officers in standoff against residents in Taipo, upsetting residents, while pepper rounds fired
Bomb disposal officers were sent to Wan Chai on Monday evening after police said they found suspected home-made bombs near Wah Yan College on Queen's Road East.
Bomb disposal officers have been deployed after two suspected home-made devices were found on a slope in Hong Kong. The objects were spotted in Wan Chai near Wah Yan College Hong Kong on Queen’s Road East at about 5.30pm on Monday.
At Monday afternoon's press conference, police also said they arrested 12 people in Sheung Shui in the morning for alleged possession of tools that officers suspected they would use to puncture vehicle tyres.
Police confirmed an "embarrassing" case that an officer on leave was stopped from leaving HK yesterday at airport as an extendable baton was found in his luggage. Police said the officer was "careless" and already reprimanded
Hundreds of democrats and district councillors urge Hong Kong gov't to scrap police pay rise plans
Riot police are stopping and searching youngsters in Shatin during lunch hours. Photo: Apple Daily screenshot.
Frontline protesters are setting up increasingly elaborate barricades on Des Voeux Road Central as riot police begin to converge upon the designated end of the march. Photo: May James / HKFP. hongkong
The frontline long since fell back to Peddar St, the police seem not to have changed stance at all and are happy to remain blocking the road to the Liaison Office, so still hopeful it remains peaceful today as these CHRF marches always have been
With most protesters having completed Sunday's march, increasing numbers of riot police are converging in Central, where a standoff continues
Chanting "one, two, one, two" to coordinate their pace, frontline protesters are cautiously retreating, while making sure they leave no one behind
The end of the march is finally passing Sogo, 3.5 hours after the official start (keeping in mind the crowd spilled over from Vic Park way before 3pm)
In Central, riot police at all intersections Connaught/Harcourt Rd; many black bloc protesters waiting around checking phones; first aid crews waiting at the ready
[CWB. Outside Victoria Park] 4:55PM. Jammed. Every street.
Black-clad protesters are telling each other to retreat from the riot police cordon on Des Voeux Road Central as demonstrators from the authorised march continue to arrive. Photo: May James / HKFP. hongkong
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