29 July 2021
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
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam strongly condemned protesters for instigating a riot in Admiralty
Barricade at Connaught Rd #HongKongProtest
Apparently, one admin of the main telegram group that's coordinating HongKong AntiELABhk has been arrested by police. Group lost a few thousand members in the last few hours.
New barricades are being erected. The occupation does not appear to have dispersed, just moved further into the CBD.
In the Pacific Place in Admiralty, the police repeatedly raised the black flag and warned that tears would be applied.
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Queen Mary Hospital is on stand-by mode and the next police clearance action will be around 8pm.
19:47 More police came to Rodney street and Queensway junction as hundreds of protesters shouted: 加油香港!
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UK urges Hong Kong to listen to concerns of its people
The demonstrators continued to retreat to the business district of the Admiralty and the shopping malls, during which police officers threw tear gas in the Golden Bell Gallery.
Police in Hong Kong are using what appears to be hand thrown N225 Rubber Bursting countryside Grenades, manufactured by the UK-based Chemring Group, against protestors
Clouds of tear gas fired right on the doorstep of HK's High Court.
Local media NowTV reports 22 hospitalized during this afternoon's police operation around the government complex
PLA soldiers in their complex masks ready. #HongKong
Police are trying to seal shut the doors of the Far East Finance Centre on Harcourt Road, where a group of protesters have barricaded themselves inside. Among the group are first aiders.
Outside of the PLA Garrison, protestors writing "anti-extradition to China, fight evil law" on the wall.
More tear gas has been fired on Harcourt Road, as police push through and clear protesters.
A driver who transported video equipments for journalists from @rthk_enews was being shot in head and lost consciousness. Now on the ambulance to Queen Mary Hospital
Live from HongKong: police ran towards a man who somehow found his way to ride a motorcycle (in yellow) towards the new gathered police charge line under the bridge of Harcourt Road. A few police ran towards him anxiously screaming: Leave. Leave. @SCMPNews
#HongKong antiELAB tactical map. Blue under police control Red protesters
Violent clashes between protesters and HK police at gov HQ main gate at around 3 pm. Photo source: TVB News
Bricks dug up in barricade attempt on Lung Wo Road
On Tim Wa Avenue, police are spraying pepper-based solution at protesters, who use umbrellas to protect themselves. A policeman is holding up a red banner which reads: "Stop charging or we use force."
Clashes on the front lines as police use baton and pepper spray.
Protesters have clashes with some police on the frontlines near Harcourt Rd and around the PLA building.
Occupy 2.0. The people are back in their thousands
Crowd at Harcourt and LegCo roads, which had thinned with the rain, increasing in size again.
The demonstrators set up roadblocks outside the People's Liberation Army's Hong Kong Army Building (formerly known as Prince of Wales Building).
Macau journalist Chan Ka Chun complained of being attacked with pepper spray by police officers earlier this morning despite wearing his press pass and attempting to leave the scene.
Map: Today's protests have so far centered on the roads leading to the Legislative Council building in Central Hong Kong. Here are the main roads affected
Taiwan President Tsai @iingwen on Instagram2 year ago
Taiwan President Tsai @iingwen on Instagram
Hong Kong's parliament cancels today's debate on extradition bill, reschedules to yet to be decided date, after protesters surround building and seize nearby roads
Tens of thousands are occupying roads around hongkong gov't headquarters chanting for the extradition law to be axed.
Hong Kong at 10:15 a.m., June 12, 2019. Protestors have, once again, overwhelmed a key road in the center of the city as part of protests against a proposed extradition law.
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.
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