A rally planned in Kowloon on Sunday has been given approval by police to go ahead. The protest will march to Hung Hom where the Polytechnic University is based.

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10 December 2019
Los Angeles. Protesters reenact HKPolice beating up HKers who are fighting for freedom and democracy. This is a pretty cool idea. People are more captivated by things like this over only slogan chanting
A bottle of champagne is opened in Wong Tai Sin as crowds also chant protest slogans and reiterate the movement's five demands. Photo: InMedia.1 week ago
A bottle of champagne is opened in Wong Tai Sin as crowds also chant protest slogans and reiterate the movement's "five demands". Photo: InMedia.
A small crowd has congregated outside exit B1 of Prince Edward MTR station on Saturday to mark three months since police stormed the facility, conducting multiple arrests. Some have laid out white funeral flowers to honour those who they say remain unaccounted for.1 week ago
A small crowd has congregated outside exit B1 of Prince Edward MTR station on Saturday to mark three months since police stormed the facility, conducting multiple arrests. Some have laid out white funeral flowers to honour those who they say remain unaccounted for.
3 months since 831 incident where riot HongKongpolice stormed Prince Edward MTR stations beating and spraying g citizens and protesters. Just now, dozens of armed masked police urged people leave and clean the white flowers around the station1 week ago
3 months since 831 incident where riot HongKongpolice stormed Prince Edward MTR stations beating and spraying g citizens and protesters. Just now, dozens of armed masked police urged people leave and clean the white flowers around the station
A rally planned in Kowloon on Sunday has been given approval by police to go ahead. The protest will march to Hung Hom where the Polytechnic University is based.
Back on their feet, flags waving. A rendition of "Do You Hear the People Sing?" to close out today's rally
Rally at Chater Garden @ 15:40
Hundreds of people are rallying in Central's Chater Garden. Organised by secondary school students and "silver-hair" marchers, they're showing solidarity with the thousands of young people arrested during the anti-government #HongKongProtests
Police have clarified that they have no plan to use wooden bullets at protests after reports that commissioner Chris Tang had told reporters such a plan was being considered. Police say that wooden bullets were part of their arsenal decades ago, but have since been phased out
Protesters gather in front of the British Consulate, with signs reading "no more betrayal, No. 10 act now" and "BN(O) is British"
Figures according to #hkpolice: - Since June 5890 arrested, including 4368 males and 1522 females, aged 11-83 - 1377 arrests made related to PolyU, including 810 who walked out and 567 arrested outside - 318 under 18s who left Poly U had their names taken
Riot police have arrived in Cheung Sha Wan to push people back onto the pavements.  Photo: Apple Daily screenshot.1 week ago
Riot police have arrived in Cheung Sha Wan to push people back onto the pavements. Photo: Apple Daily screenshot.
Shortly before 2pm, riot police charged the lunchtime protest in Central, making one arrest. Photo: RTHK screenshot.
Scores of riot police are marching around central—an unreal deployment for the aftermath of what was a fully legal assembly. They've been charging at streets and footbridges from which people have been yelling at them. Earlier the water canon vehicle was even spotted by IFC
How riot police left Chater Road and Ice House Street - swamped by angry rally goers shouting their anguish and hatred against the force. Photographers there when it happened showed me pics of one man arrested and taken onto a police van on Chater Rd
Commotion on Chater Rd after Edinburgh Placd rally. Heard it was becuz one was arrested but didn't see any arrestee when I arrived. Riot police did not make any dispersal attempt and were obviously outnumbered by rally goers
Organiser estimated 100,000 have attended the HKHRDA rally in Central
Police said they found in POLYU:  3801 petrol bombs, including 100 tied with PLG cartridges; 912 PLG cartridges; 558 bottles of corrosive chemicals; 12 bows; 200 arrows; 1 air gun; 12 catapults; 4 boxes of nails used to spike tyres on roads; 44 cars in car park were damaged1 week ago
Police said they found in POLYU: 3801 petrol bombs, including 100 tied with PLG cartridges; 912 PLG cartridges; 558 bottles of corrosive chemicals; 12 bows; 200 arrows; 1 air gun; 12 catapults; 4 boxes of nails used to spike tyres on roads; 44 cars in car park were damaged
"US, Japan, world, please punish the riot police." A protester led other chanting
Over a thousand people gathered for a Thanksgiving Day rally in Hong Kong after Trump signed a bill supporting #HongKongProtests. A student alliance says it is proposing a sanction list to be sent to the U.S
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PolyU says that — after the police removed hazardous materials and searched for evidence on Thursday — the cordon around the campus may be able to be lifted on Friday.
"I feel touched and excited - we thank [the] USA for this," a protester named Jo told HKFP at Edinburgh Place's HongKong Human Rights and Democracy Act rally. "There will still be protests," he added. Photo: HKFP
Rally in Edinburgh Place, Central tonight to thank US passing HKHRDA and ProtectHongKongAct . Hotel California in the air and American flag in some hands in warm up period
China's National Defense Ministry spokesman Ren Guoqiang said PLA HK garrison is always ready to follow orders from CCP leadership and Central Military Committee. Asked if the troop will do anything to subdue chaos, Ren said Xi has made a speech
PolyU: Bows and arrows and a giant catapult were among the things police have seized1 week ago
PolyU: Bows and arrows and a giant catapult were among the things police have seized
China on Thursday summoned the US ambassador and threatened retaliation after US President Donald Trump signed legislation supporting Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters
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Hong Kong police on Thursday entered a ransacked university campus where authorities faced off for days with barricaded pro-democracy protesters, looking for petrol bombs and other dangerous materials left over from the occupation
China's foreign ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said "what's due to come will eventually come" (该来的早晚会来) when asked by Reuters what countermeasures Beijing will roll out and when it's doing it in response to Trump signing #HKHRDA and #ProtectHongKongAct
A "Rocky" picture that US president tweeted out appeared as a poster at Central HongKong during the midday protests, with many people thanking US for the bills
Tai Po Lennon wall is gradually being filled out again. There's a large map with yellow (pro-HK democracy movement) establishments to support.1 week ago
Tai Po Lennon wall is gradually being filled out again. There's a large map with "yellow" (pro-HK democracy movement) establishments to support.
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