Hong Kong pride parade, actually a rally and carnival, kicks off in Edinburgh Place. "Equal justice, equal rights" are the theme

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28 February 2020
By 11:45pm, protesters have retreated inside the Polytechnic University campus, as police fire tear gas into the grounds. It remains unclear whether police will storm the campus.  Photo: RTHK screenshot.3 month ago
By 11:45pm, protesters have retreated inside the Polytechnic University campus, as police fire tear gas into the grounds. It remains unclear whether police will storm the campus. Photo: RTHK screenshot.
Police just smoked ⁦@HongKongPolyU⁩ B core antiELAB3 month ago
Police just smoked ⁦@HongKongPolyU⁩ B core #antiELAB
Police are  shooting teargas from a different direction, on AustinRd, toward protester barricades at the intersection of ChathamRdS & CheongWanRd. Police on CRS have come up to the intersection & protesters have backed away down CWR. Police  very near protester frontline3 month ago
Police are shooting teargas from a different direction, on AustinRd, toward protester barricades at the intersection of ChathamRdS & CheongWanRd. Police on CRS have come up to the intersection & protesters have backed away down CWR. Police very near protester frontline
After a brief retreat for 30 minutes, riot police have advanced towards the Polytechnic University again, firing large amounts of tear gas on Science Museum Road.  Photo: iCable screenshot.3 month ago
After a brief retreat for 30 minutes, riot police have advanced towards the Polytechnic University again, firing large amounts of tear gas on Science Museum Road. Photo: iCable screenshot.
Student protesters stand off with riot police deployed outside the Polytechnic University of Hong Kong to disperse protesters who have seized the campus for sixth straight day.3 month ago
Student protesters stand off with riot police deployed outside the Polytechnic University of Hong Kong to disperse protesters who have seized the campus for sixth straight day.
Barricades are being cleared at Renfrew Road outside Baptist University.  Reports state that a group of men have emerged out of the nearby Chinese army barracks to help the clearing.  Photo: HKFP.3 month ago
Barricades are being cleared at Renfrew Road outside Baptist University. Reports state that a group of men have emerged out of the nearby Chinese army barracks to help the clearing. Photo: HKFP.
Dozens of what appear to be PLA soldiers are out on the streets of Kowloon Tong - running around with buckets and picking up bricks left in the streets by protesters3 month ago
Dozens of what appear to be PLA soldiers are out on the streets of Kowloon Tong - running around with buckets and picking up bricks left in the streets by protesters
Crowds clear barricades erected by Hong Kong protesters at the University of Hong Kong at Pok Fu Lam3 month ago
Crowds clear barricades erected by Hong Kong protesters at the University of Hong Kong at Pok Fu Lam
The HKU operation was led by a woman who initially told Apple Daily she was a Southern District resident organising a group of mothers. She later admitted she was District Council candidate Maxine Yao, from Executive Councillor Ronny Tong's Path of Democracy party.3 month ago
The HKU operation was led by a woman who initially told Apple Daily she was a Southern District resident organising a group of mothers. She later admitted she was District Council candidate Maxine Yao, from Executive Councillor Ronny Tong's Path of Democracy party.
Outside @HKUniversity those barriers are coming down and roads cleared by local residents and supporters rallies by local pro-BJ politicians3 month ago
Outside @HKUniversity those barriers are coming down and roads cleared by local residents and supporters rallies by local pro-BJ politicians
Hong Kong pride parade, actually a rally and carnival, kicks off in Edinburgh Place. Equal justice, equal rights are the theme3 month ago
Hong Kong pride parade, actually a rally and carnival, kicks off in Edinburgh Place. "Equal justice, equal rights" are the theme
This part of PolyU overlooking the cross harbor tunnel being strategically manned with various barricades and makeshift weapons, also they have very comfy sofas here, comfortable view of the blocked tunnel3 month ago
This part of PolyU overlooking the cross harbor tunnel being strategically manned with various barricades and makeshift weapons, also they have very comfy sofas here, comfortable view of the blocked tunnel
Protesters are extending the blockade on Nathan Road in Mong Kok. A spray-paint message on a wood board reads: When the system is changed, I will love China.3 month ago
Protesters are extending the blockade on Nathan Road in Mong Kok. A spray-paint message on a wood board reads: "When the system is changed, I will love China."
3 month ago
The MTR Corporation said services will end at 10pm on Saturday. The rail giant says University station is closed "due to severe damage", and a train there was previously set on fire
3 month ago
As of 10pm, 14 people have been injured amid the protests and sent to hospitals. Among them, one man is in critical condition. Sources say he suffered a head injury after being hit by bricks
[Fire at Mong Kok] There is a fire on the street in Nathan Road. (10:35 PM)3 month ago
[Fire at Mong Kok] There is a fire on the street in Nathan Road. (10:35 PM)
After protesters left, citizens entered CUHK to collect and remove usable materials3 month ago
After protesters left, citizens entered CUHK to collect and remove usable materials
Firefighters extinguish the fire on Nathan road after a third explosion is heard from the flames. Video: SCMP/Karen Zhang3 month ago
Firefighters extinguish the fire on Nathan road after a third explosion is heard from the flames. Video: SCMP/Karen Zhang
In their daily press conference, the police said 58 people were arrested in relation to the protests on Thursday - including two German nationals in Tuen Mun.  194 tear gas cannisters were fired, as well as 81 other projectiles of different kinds.  Photo: Stand News.3 month ago
In their daily press conference, the police said 58 people were arrested in relation to the protests on Thursday - including two German nationals in Tuen Mun. 194 tear gas cannisters were fired, as well as 81 other projectiles of different kinds. Photo: Stand News.
3 month ago
Some Chinese University protesters say they are heading to Polytechnic University in Hung Hom. Another small group say they will head to other districts in the city
After police leave Nathan road, hundreds of protesters began building barricades again near Shantung Street. They put bricks under fences to make it hard for water cannon trucks and armoured vehicles to pass, according to one protester.  Video: SCMP/Karen Zhang3 month ago
After police leave Nathan road, hundreds of protesters began building barricades again near Shantung Street. They put bricks under fences to make it hard for water cannon trucks and armoured vehicles to pass, according to one protester. Video: SCMP/Karen Zhang
The view from the ground in Mong Kok, where police have fired tear gas3 month ago
The view from the ground in Mong Kok, where police have fired tear gas
Tear gas is fired on Nathan Road as dozens of riot police charge towards protesters near Shantung Street. Video: SCMP/Karen Zhang3 month ago
Tear gas is fired on Nathan Road as dozens of riot police charge towards protesters near Shantung Street. Video: SCMP/Karen Zhang
A car in the sealed-off area on no 2 bridge is set on fire and serious of blasts are going on, causing  and growing fire that's beyond five meters high.3 month ago
A car in the sealed-off area on no 2 bridge is set on fire and serious of blasts are going on, causing and growing fire that's beyond five meters high.
A car is set on fire on other end of bridge, and explosions heard. Protesters retreating3 month ago
A car is set on fire on other end of bridge, and explosions heard. Protesters retreating
CUHK: Police cars left where they were on Tolo Highway, while the last bus was letting its passengers alight3 month ago
CUHK: Police cars left where they were on Tolo Highway, while the last bus was letting its passengers alight
After creating a rather strong flaming barricade under no 2 bridge on Tolo Highway, some protesters left for Four Pillars, another CUHK landmark uphill3 month ago
After creating a rather strong flaming barricade under no 2 bridge on Tolo Highway, some protesters left for Four Pillars, another CUHK landmark uphill
Petrol bombs were thrown on Tolo Highway while protesters on no 2 bridge of CUHK apologised and begged cars not to force through, after one car speeded up and crash its way through a roadblock3 month ago
Petrol bombs were thrown on Tolo Highway while protesters on no 2 bridge of CUHK apologised and begged cars not to force through, after one car speeded up and crash its way through a roadblock
Debate about leaving or not more heated upon police's arrival.  leave now or fight to death you can leave. I will stay to cover you because I don't fear death what's the point of staying when there are so few of us3 month ago
Debate about leaving or not more heated upon police's arrival. "leave now or fight to death" "you can leave. I will stay to cover you because I don't fear death" "what's the point of staying when there are so few of us"
A number of police vehicles came in sight from no 2 bridge in CUHK soon after Tolo Highway was blocked again. Only around 30 protesters remain on the bridge. Info about CU sending students and staff away or closing dorms at 9:30pm was spread3 month ago
A number of police vehicles came in sight from no 2 bridge in CUHK soon after Tolo Highway was blocked again. Only around 30 protesters remain on the bridge. Info about CU sending students and staff away or closing dorms at 9:30pm was spread
Amid an indecisive discussion of leaving or staying in CUHK while most of the students and protesters had left, a small number of protesters remaining on no 2 bridge blocked the Tolo Highway again as HK's no 2 official refused to meet their demands3 month ago
Amid an indecisive discussion of leaving or staying in CUHK while most of the students and protesters had left, a small number of protesters remaining on no 2 bridge blocked the Tolo Highway again as HK's no 2 official refused to meet their demands
3 month ago
Protesters in CUHK will occupy Tolo Highway again, after Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung refused to express to protesters last demand.
CUHK: Volunteers are in retreat mode though, starting to pack stuffs and centralise supplies3 month ago
CUHK: Volunteers are in retreat mode though, starting to pack stuffs and centralise supplies
There are notably fewer protesters guarding. There are barely five guards in Chung Chi College, a main entrance to campus. Only two in No 1 bridge3 month ago
There are notably fewer protesters guarding. There are barely five guards in Chung Chi College, a main entrance to campus. Only two in No 1 bridge
3 month ago
British police are investigating the alleged assault on Hong Kong's Justice Minister while in London
3 month ago
Hong Kong expects its first annual recession since the great financial crisis as unrest continues to grip the city
People walk across the usually busy lanes of the Hung Hom Cross-Harbour Tunnel, as a protester on the footbridge above warns of nail traps on the ground  Video: SCMP/Kathleen Magramo3 month ago
People walk across the usually busy lanes of the Hung Hom Cross-Harbour Tunnel, as a protester on the footbridge above warns of nail traps on the ground Video: SCMP/Kathleen Magramo
Some of the Central protesters are   gathered in front of Exchange Square, where the HK Stock Exchange is headquartered. Just a couple of days ago, police aggressively beat up and arrested protesters here3 month ago
Some of the Central protesters are gathered in front of Exchange Square, where the HK Stock Exchange is headquartered. Just a couple of days ago, police aggressively beat up and arrested protesters here
Bricks dot Kings Road in Tai Koo3 month ago
Bricks dot Kings Road in Tai Koo
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