Empty, cordoned off demonstration zone outside LegCo.

Map. History of Hong Kong conflict

7 March 2021
Pro-democracy lawmakers questioned a inspector for random police search to youngsters in metro station near the city's legislative council. The police team left the area eventually.
Empty, cordoned off demonstration zone outside LegCo.
Big crowd outside Admiralty MTR station arguing with police over searches, but again many people still streaming through towards LegCo.
US has "grave concern"about Hong Kong government's planned legislation on extradition, @statedeptspox tells reporters. Weekend demonstrations there clearly show the Hong Kong public's opposition to the proposed legislation, she adds.
A few of the English language front pages carrying coverage of Hong Kong's extradition march yesterday.
Amid the clash between protestors and HK police, journalists unfortunately have also been pushed around and targeted by the police
3:22AM Last batch of protesters, mostly masked, sat on the Gloucester Road completely surrounded by police armed with shield and batons.
#HongKong police corner scores of protesters after moving in on them on Gloucester Road, hemming them in against a wall and ordering them to sit down
Police kept pushing the protesters backwards to different streets waving batons and shield.
Crowds continue to remain outside the LegCo complex, hours after the anti-extradition law rally ended.
A blockade has been formed around the other end of Gloucester Road, on the route towards the HKCEC #NoExtraditionToChina
HongKong police chief condemns "violent behaviours" from protesters who stayed behind after the protest officially ended at 10pm
According to HongKong police chief Stephen Lo Wai-Chung, three police and one journalist were sent into hospital because of injury as of now.
Hong Kongers' Beyond cover in New York's Times Square
Police are also clearing protesters in Wanchai
It was a peaceful protest during the day in Hong Kong but things have turned violent, as security and police are clashing with protesters who are still out in the middle of the night.
See the police deploy en masse (01:32 June 10)
New waves of police in riot gear arriving, barking at protestors as they make their way to LegCo.
HongKong/香港 has become a censored search term on Chinese Weibo owing to the protests today, as China will never allow the public to see images of large-scale protests. A search of "香港" only brings up posts from users with a blue V. These are either govt or media accounts.
Police say 270,000 people attended at the protest's peak. The organiser turnout figure of 1.03 million represents over 14% of the HongKong population.
#NoToChinaExtradition protesters continue to arrive at gov't headquarters calling for top officials to step down.
Photos from today's #NoToChinaExtradition protest in Hong Kong. Organisers believe it could be the biggest since 2003.
#NoToChinaExtradition protesters were still leaving Victoria Park more than three hours after the march began. Photo: @inmediahk
'No to China extradition' - Hundreds of thousands in Hong Kong protest against controversial new law
Admiralty MTR station is busy, with many commuters wearing white - the chosen colour of today's #NoToChinaExtradition Protest.
A Hong Kong court hands down prison sentences of up to 16 months to eight leaders of 2014's pro-democracy Umbrella movement1 year ago
A Hong Kong court hands down prison sentences of up to 16 months to eight leaders of 2014's pro-democracy Umbrella movement
1 year ago
Hong Kong man who threw brick at police 'for fun' during Mong Kok riot granted permission to appeal
1 year ago
Three arrested, two air guns seized after man wounded with 'nail gun' on busy Sham Shui Po street in Hong Kong
Hong Kong court finds 9 leaders of 2014 pro-democracy demonstrations guilty on public nuisance and other charges.
Students getting ready to march towards Central Government Office #ClimateStrike #HongKong
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