Hong Kong Police to enter Polytechnic University PolyU tomorrow morning, mostly to clear dangerous goods/weapons inside

Map. History of Hong Kong conflict

9 December 2019
A protester says at @HongKongPolyU that the university safety team has been threatening protesters to leave the campus, causing panic among protesters inside. Police said this afternoon that they will enter the campus tomorrow morning for a search.1 week ago
A protester says at @HongKongPolyU that the university "safety team" has been threatening protesters to leave the campus, causing panic among protesters inside. Police said this afternoon that they will enter the campus tomorrow morning for a search.
On Wednesday evening, local residents held a singing protest at Shatin's New Town Plaza to support people trapped inside the besieged PolyU - although the university administration's latest search found no remaining people inside the campus.  Photo: Stand News screenshot1 week ago
On Wednesday evening, local residents held a "singing protest" at Shatin's New Town Plaza to support people trapped inside the besieged PolyU - although the university administration's latest search found no remaining people inside the campus. Photo: Stand News screenshot
People are also gathering at Tai Koo to sing GloryToHongKong. On the right, a protester at New Town Plaza, Sha Tin holds a banner resembling the kind police warn protesters with but this reads: 'HONGKONGERS CHEER UP & CARRY ON.'1 week ago
People are also gathering at Tai Koo to sing #GloryToHongKong. On the right, a protester at New Town Plaza, Sha Tin holds a banner resembling the kind police warn protesters with but this reads: 'HONGKONGERS CHEER UP & CARRY ON.'
Protest sing-alongs in Tseung Kwan O & Tin Shui Wai, two of several locations where such gatherings are taking place in HK this evening. GloryToHongKong is of course the song most widely sung, HK's new national anthem1 week ago
Protest sing-alongs in Tseung Kwan O & Tin Shui Wai, two of several locations where such gatherings are taking place in HK this evening. GloryToHongKong is of course the song most widely sung, HK's new national anthem
Livefeed: People are gathering at malls across HK this evening for protest sing-alongs. Here, at Tsuen Wan Plaza1 week ago
Livefeed: People are gathering at malls across HK this evening for protest sing-alongs. Here, at Tsuen Wan Plaza
Livefeed: People are gathering at malls across HK this evening for protest sing-alongs. Here, at Tsuen Wan Plaza
Yau Tsim District Commander Ho Yun-sing says some crime officers and the police "safety team" will enter the university tomorrow morning to handle dangerous items and gather evidence inside the campus
1 week ago
Hong Kong Police to enter Polytechnic University PolyU tomorrow morning, mostly to clear dangerous goods/weapons inside
05-13: Hunghom Tunnel reopens today. According the government, over 800 workers spent 100 hours on repairs.
Department of State:[email protected] congratulates HongKong on free, fair and peaceful elections, and underscores U.S. support for democracy in Hong Kong
Hong Kong protests: man who spat at police officer during unlawful rally gets 10 months in jail, marking heaviest sentence since unrest broke out
Sing with you and support students in @hongkongpolyu in Tsim Sha Tsui - Another milder tone of protest to sing all protest songs
1 week ago
A creditor of centrist Sai Kung district councillor Christine Fong — who won the race to retain her seat on Sunday — has petitioned the High Court to declare her bankrupt, reportedly due to a land dispute.
HongKong's leader CarrieLam appeared in public for the first time since the complete electoral wipe out of her political allies and said people wanted to "go back to their normal lives" and could "no longer tolerate the chaos" of demonstrations.
PolyU management issued a statement saying that as of 1pm, staff have managed to search and clear four of the buildings on the main campus, without discovering any remaining protesters.  Photo: InMedia.1 week ago
PolyU management issued a statement saying that as of 1pm, staff have managed to search and clear four of the buildings on the main campus, without discovering any remaining protesters. Photo: InMedia.
On Tuesday morning, first aid staff, social workers and PolyU security began searching through each building and each room one-by-one inside the campus. They said they will lock the doors to each building once they can confirm it is clear. Photo: InMedia.1 week ago
On Tuesday morning, first aid staff, social workers and PolyU security began searching through each building and each room one-by-one inside the campus. They said they will lock the doors to each building once they can confirm it is clear. Photo: InMedia.
The district councillors-elect and Ip said they also spoke with the PolyU administration. They suggested that the administration should re-enter and take back responsibility to manage the campus, so as to pressure the police to lift the siege.  Photo: Stand News screenshot2 week ago
The district councillors-elect and Ip said they also spoke with the PolyU administration. They suggested that the administration should re-enter and take back responsibility to manage the campus, so as to pressure the police to lift the siege. Photo: Stand News screenshot
The crowd at Science Museum Path 7:30 pm
2 week ago
Police says officers will enter PolyU campus with social workers and uni officials to try to get protestors to leave. Promises not to arrest them on the spot,but will likely follow up, similar to how underaged protestors were treated
A few hundreds are at the border of the besieged HK Polytechnic University where there are reports that some are still inside2 week ago
A few hundreds are at the border of the besieged HK Polytechnic University where there are reports that some are still inside
Some 200 people are on Science Museum Road in standstill with riot police outside PolyU . Not much tension but also no sign of leaving any time soon
A stand off between @hkpoliceforce and demonstrators in HongKongProtests outside the cordon line at @HongKongPolyU is taking place after some newly-elected pan-democrat members want to go inside to support the ppl there. It has been encircled by the force over a week2 week ago
A stand off between @hkpoliceforce and demonstrators in HongKongProtests outside the cordon line at @HongKongPolyU is taking place after some newly-elected pan-democrat members want to go inside to support the ppl there. It has been encircled by the force over a week
Standoff near PolyU, where estimated 30 are still stuck inside after police besieged it more than a week ago, after some marched there demanding police to release them
A large crowd of people, many wearing masks, are   gathering in front of a police cordon near PolyU, calling on officers to let them enter the univerisity to bring out the trapped people2 week ago
A large crowd of people, many wearing masks, are gathering in front of a police cordon near PolyU, calling on officers to let them enter the univerisity to bring out the trapped people
Any attempts to destabilize HongKong or damage its prosperity and stability are doomed to fail, Chinese State Councilor and FM Wang Yi said on Monday commenting on the results of #HKDCElections
Hundreds of democrats District Councilor-Elect marching to Poly University demanding the police to stop the siege
Pro-democracy district councillors, LegCo members and supporters have gather in Tsim Sha Tsui to address the PolyU standoff
Jimmy Sham, district councillor elected for Lek Yuen, Sha Tin, said votes and people's opinions should not be viewed as pressure on government but guidance for administration, and the very first greetings he got after winning was asking him to save those in PolyU2 week ago
Jimmy Sham, district councillor elected for Lek Yuen, Sha Tin, said votes and people's opinions should not be viewed as pressure on government but guidance for administration, and the very first greetings he got after winning was asking him to save those in PolyU
China: We support Hong Kong's leader despite her deadlock in the election
Election is still not concluded at J19 Lam Tin's Fei Ngan Kindergarten polling station. Many HongKong riot Police have surrounded & entered the station now. Officer has announced pro-Beijing candidate won by 50 votes, but there are 71 votes that are missing.2 week ago
Election is still not concluded at J19 Lam Tin's Fei Ngan Kindergarten polling station. Many HongKong riot Police have surrounded & entered the station now. Officer has announced pro-Beijing candidate won by 50 votes, but there are 71 votes that are missing.
Flash mob in central HK chanting '5 Demands, not one less', after opposition's stunning victory in local elections
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