After residents in Yuen Long shouted insults at police, the police fired multiple rounds of tear gas to disperse them.

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7 December 2019
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After 10 pm only Airport Express will travel to Hong Kong and airport stations, other MTR lines closing at 10pm
More tear gas is fired in Yuen Long near midnight. Meanwhile, a police dog is brought onto the scene. Photo: RTHK screenshot.1 month ago
More tear gas is fired in Yuen Long near midnight. Meanwhile, a police dog is brought onto the scene. Photo: RTHK screenshot.
At least 3 more arrests in Yuen Long, here 1 of them. About 15 in all there tonight and at least 6 elsewhere1 month ago
At least 3 more arrests in Yuen Long, here 1 of them. About 15 in all there tonight and at least 6 elsewhere
Police are conducting stop and searches in Tai Wai at 11pm. Crowds had gathered at the local MTR station to mark three months since the July 21 Yuen Long mob attacks over the evening.  Go to the mosque. some protesters heckle.  Photo: Stand News screenshot.1 month ago
Police are conducting stop and searches in Tai Wai at 11pm. Crowds had gathered at the local MTR station to mark three months since the July 21 Yuen Long mob attacks over the evening. "Go to the mosque." some protesters heckle. Photo: Stand News screenshot.
After residents in Yuen Long shouted insults at police, the police fired multiple rounds of tear gas to disperse them.1 month ago
After residents in Yuen Long shouted insults at police, the police fired multiple rounds of tear gas to disperse them.
Riot police continue to march through Yuen Long, heckled by residents, as it nears midnight. Dozens of tear gas cannisters were fired near 11pm.  Photo: Stand News screenshot.1 month ago
Riot police continue to march through Yuen Long, heckled by residents, as it nears midnight. Dozens of tear gas cannisters were fired near 11pm. Photo: Stand News screenshot.
United Social Press reported some of the tear gas cannisters fired in Yuen Long on Monday night emmitted small flames as they landed on the ground. Police earlier admitted they began purchasing canisters made in China.  Photo: USP.1 month ago
United Social Press reported some of the tear gas cannisters fired in Yuen Long on Monday night emmitted small flames as they landed on the ground. Police earlier admitted they began purchasing canisters made in China. Photo: USP.
Even in places with almost no protesters, police are turning out in riot gear. This is outside Tai Wai MTR. They're heckled by local residents. Most places in HK they receive a similar response. They're detested by a large portion of the population1 month ago
Even in places with almost no protesters, police are turning out in riot gear. This is outside Tai Wai MTR. They're heckled by local residents. Most places in HK they receive a similar response. They're detested by a large portion of the population
At Tsuen Wan's Lennon Wall, riot police have arrived and appear to have arrested two youths for alleged graffiti. Stand News reports that they fired pepper spray at heckling crowds.  Photo: Stand News screenshot.1 month ago
At Tsuen Wan's Lennon Wall, riot police have arrived and appear to have arrested two youths for alleged graffiti. Stand News reports that they fired pepper spray at heckling crowds. Photo: Stand News screenshot.
InMedia reports that an iCable reporter was hit by a cannister of tear gas fired by police in Yuen Long, and is receiving treatment.  Photo: InMedia.1 month ago
InMedia reports that an iCable reporter was hit by a cannister of tear gas fired by police in Yuen Long, and is receiving treatment. Photo: InMedia.
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Officers fired multiple rounds of tear gas in Kuk Ting Street and Tai Tong Road at about 9.30pm after a stand off with angry residents, many of whom had been berating the police for their failure to prevent the attacks on July 21
Tear smoke warning again at 8.41pm in Yuen Long. Between 8.15pm to 8.30pm, protesters and counter-protesters had a row and competition of throwing words, bottles and waters on Tai Tong Road. Riot police arrived when the two groups were ready for a real fight1 month ago
Tear smoke warning again at 8.41pm in Yuen Long. Between 8.15pm to 8.30pm, protesters and counter-protesters had a row and competition of throwing words, bottles and waters on Tai Tong Road. Riot police arrived when the two groups were ready for a real fight
In another part of Yuen Long, protesters are setting up makeshift roadblocks.  Photo: Apple Daily screenshot.1 month ago
In another part of Yuen Long, protesters are setting up makeshift roadblocks. Photo: Apple Daily screenshot.
In Yuen Long, riot police arrive on a street after reports of fights between pro-Beijing and pro-democracy supporters.  Photo: Apple Daily screenshot.1 month ago
In Yuen Long, riot police arrive on a street after reports of fights between pro-Beijing and pro-democracy supporters. Photo: Apple Daily screenshot.
The well-known anti-police protest chant July 21, you disappeared, August 31, you beat people to death, October 1, you shot people is heard in Tseung Kwan O.  Photo: Stand News screenshot.1 month ago
The well-known anti-police protest chant "July 21, you disappeared, August 31, you beat people to death, October 1, you shot people" is heard in Tseung Kwan O. Photo: Stand News screenshot.
An @appledaily_hk reporter just attacked by a group of pro-Beijing supporters near the Tai Tong Road light rail stop, as she attempted to cover a scuffle between the yellow and blue camps. They can be seen throwing bottles, bicycles, etc, at each other1 month ago
An @appledaily_hk reporter just attacked by a group of pro-Beijing supporters near the Tai Tong Road light rail stop, as she attempted to cover a scuffle between the "yellow" and "blue" camps. They can be seen throwing bottles, bicycles, etc, at each other
At Tseung Kwan O MTR Station, protesters have also spontaneously gathered to mark three months since the Yuen Long attacks. They began the event with a minute's silence. The station remains open. Photo: Stand News screenshot1 month ago
At Tseung Kwan O MTR Station, protesters have also spontaneously gathered to mark three months since the Yuen Long attacks. They began the event with a minute's silence. The station remains open. Photo: Stand News screenshot
Police suddenly rushed forward and arrested at least one local resident on Yuen Long's Castle Peak Road. Photo: Apple Daily screenshot.1 month ago
Police suddenly rushed forward and arrested at least one local resident on Yuen Long's Castle Peak Road. Photo: Apple Daily screenshot.
A middle-aged woman is being searched and questioned on the streets of Yuen Long by a dozen riot police.  Photo: Stand News screenshot.1 month ago
A middle-aged woman is being searched and questioned on the streets of Yuen Long by a dozen riot police. Photo: Stand News screenshot.
Tear gas warning on Tai Tong Rd, Yuen Long, raised at 8.17pm1 month ago
Tear gas warning on Tai Tong Rd, Yuen Long, raised at 8.17pm
Shopping centre in Yuen Long is closed after protestors called a sit-in rally on Monday evening1 month ago
Shopping centre in Yuen Long is closed after protestors called a sit-in rally on Monday evening
Taiwan's Ministry of Justice & Mainland Affairs Council are holding a presser calling on HongKong to take responsibility on Chan Tong-kai's case.  They said HK should sit down with Taiwan to discuss matters on judicial cooperation, but not simply asking Chan to come himself1 month ago
Taiwan's Ministry of Justice & Mainland Affairs Council are holding a presser calling on HongKong to take responsibility on Chan Tong-kai's case. They said HK should sit down with Taiwan to discuss matters on judicial cooperation, but not simply asking Chan to come himself
1 month ago
TW Minister of justice Tsai Ching-hsiang denied Taiwan will reject to take in Chan Tong-kai, but stressed that should be done formal mutual legal assistance. He said the priority remain for HK authority to hold Chan in custody before he's freed
Hong Kong Police offer first public apology in press conference in the months of HongKongProtests. Senior superintendent Wong Wai-shun's sorry for unintended targets that were sprayed, referring to the Kowloon Mosque being sprayed with pepper spray-filled blue dye1 month ago
Hong Kong Police offer first public apology in press conference in the months of #HongKongProtests. Senior superintendent Wong Wai-shun's sorry for unintended targets that were sprayed, referring to the Kowloon Mosque being sprayed with pepper spray-filled blue dye
After 2 weeks of holiday, police No 1 PR official Tse Chun-chung is back and right into the spray storm. He reported arrest of 69 people in Sunday's protests, and use of 260 tear gas, 130 rubber bullets, 20 bean bag rounds and 30 sponge grenade1 month ago
After 2 weeks of holiday, police No 1 PR official Tse Chun-chung is back and right into the spray storm. He reported arrest of 69 people in Sunday's protests, and use of 260 tear gas, 130 rubber bullets, 20 bean bag rounds and 30 sponge grenade
Headline story of CCP-mouthpiece Ta Kung Pao: Fake 'raptors' vandalized and shifted blame to Police1 month ago
Headline story of CCP-mouthpiece Ta Kung Pao: "Fake 'raptors' vandalized and shifted blame to Police"
Late into the night, @hkpoliceforce threw a tear gas grenade suddenly towards the journalists when the police are about to leave.1 month ago
Late into the night, @hkpoliceforce threw a tear gas grenade suddenly towards the journalists when the police are about to leave.
The standoff between police and residents continues at 11pm on Sunday night in Mong Kok, as a police helicopter flies overhead.1 month ago
The standoff between police and residents continues at 11pm on Sunday night in Mong Kok, as a police helicopter flies overhead.
Someone arrested on Nathan Road1 month ago
Someone arrested on Nathan Road
A water cannon and more than 10 police vehicles are on the move in Mong Kok. At the scene of an arrest, pepper spray is used on a crowd surrounding officers who have subdued a suspect, and some journalists are hit by the irritant  HongKongProtests1 month ago
A water cannon and more than 10 police vehicles are on the move in Mong Kok. At the scene of an arrest, pepper spray is used on a crowd surrounding officers who have subdued a suspect, and some journalists are hit by the irritant #HongKongProtests
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