21:27 HKT, SSP After a uni student was arrested for buying a laser pointer, Sham Shui Po residents shine their lasers and torches on SSP Police Station, saying police should arrest them for their crime of owning a laser pointer torch

25 February 2021
00:04 at Sham Shui Po: Crowd gathered once again at the street where tear gas were fired, moving close to the police frontline. Crowd chanting release the arrested and 'triads again1 year ago
00:04 at Sham Shui Po: Crowd gathered once again at the street where tear gas were fired, moving close to the police frontline. Crowd chanting "release the arrested" and 'triads" again
Police firing tear gas at the crowd in Shum Shui Po. Mostly without helmet and masks. They are just asking the police to release the HKBU student. Photo from TG. antielab1 year ago
Police firing tear gas at the crowd in Shum Shui Po. Mostly without helmet and masks. They are just asking the police to release the HKBU student. Photo from TG. #antielab
21:27 HKT, SSP After a uni student was arrested for buying a laser pointer, Sham Shui Po residents shine their lasers and torches on SSP Police Station, saying police should arrest them for their crime of owning a laser pointer torch1 year ago
21:27 HKT, SSP After a uni student was arrested for buying a laser pointer, Sham Shui Po residents shine their lasers and torches on SSP Police Station, saying police should arrest them for their crime of owning a laser pointer torch
Protestors, angered by the arrest of Baptist University student union president, blocking off main road outside Sham Shui Po police station. hkprotest1 year ago
Protestors, angered by the arrest of Baptist University student union president, blocking off main road outside Sham Shui Po police station. #hkprotest
Sham Shui Po Police Station: protesters have taken up all lanes outside the Sham Shui Po Police Station.1 year ago
Sham Shui Po Police Station: protesters have taken up all lanes outside the Sham Shui Po Police Station.
Lots of police outside North Point Station
1 year ago
HK Police fired more than 800 tear gas and 140 rubber bullet within yesterday general strike. 148 citizens were arrested including kid at age of 13 and elderly at age of 53
Asked if the PLA had been called on to intervene to restore order he said that (for now) the Hong Kong police could handle the crisis. Then asked if he'd rule out PLA involvement he said that China would not allow "turmoil" to effect the stability of the country
148 arrested in Hong Kong's protests yesterday: police
Yang Guang, the spokesman of HKMAO, directly urged courts and govt to defend the rule of law, and "punish those outlaws according to law". The first ever direct "reminder" to hk judiciary amid recent unrests
Yang: Beijing continues to have firm support towards HongKong Chief Executive Carrie Lam, adding that the opposition will never be successful in forcing her to step down
Yang Guang of HK and Macau Affairs Office: HK economy could be affected by radical protests; citizens misled and manipulated by anti-China elements
Second presser by the Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office in Beijing on the protests. "HK can no longer be allowed to continue in chaos," says spox Yang Guan
02:32 in Mong Kok: Protestors are all gone. Riot police are marching down Nathan Rd. 2 armor vehicles were seen passing in front of police station1 year ago
02:32 in Mong Kok: Protestors are all gone. Riot police are marching down Nathan Rd. 2 armor vehicles were seen passing in front of police station
02:20 in Tseung Kwan O: 2 police officer with k9 enter public estate threatening residents to leave immediately. Residents are furious at the police, questioning whether it is under curfew. They also felt it is unsafe to live around police station.  Source: Stand News FB live1 year ago
02:20 in Tseung Kwan O: 2 police officer with k9 enter public estate threatening residents to leave immediately. Residents are furious at the police, questioning whether it is under curfew. They also felt it is unsafe to live around police station. Source: Stand News FB live
02:14 at Sham Shui Po: A man was arrested. Journalists overhearing police intercom saying don't let journalists say too much.  Source:i-cable1 year ago
02:14 at Sham Shui Po: A man was arrested. Journalists overhearing police intercom saying "don't let journalists say too much". Source:i-cable
00:29 in Sham Shui Po: Riot police charged into the crowd again, arrested 1 of the protestors. Girl didn't yell out her name1 year ago
00:29 in Sham Shui Po: Riot police charged into the crowd again, arrested 1 of the protestors. Girl didn't yell out her name
Tear gas being fired on Lockhart Road
A bloody brawl breaks out in Tsuen Wan, leaving at least 4 people injured  HongKongProtests1 year ago
A bloody brawl breaks out in Tsuen Wan, leaving at least 4 people injured #HongKongProtests
Protestors using fire hose to put off tear gas in Tuen Mun1 year ago
Protestors using fire hose to put off tear gas in Tuen Mun
00:07 at Tuen Mun: Around 4 rounds of tear gas is fired toward protestors. Tear gas couldn't disperse quickly as there is no wind1 year ago
00:07 at Tuen Mun: Around 4 rounds of tear gas is fired toward protestors. Tear gas couldn't disperse quickly as there is no wind
Protesters used umbrellas, metal pans, and a water hose to put off tear gas in a tunnel in Tuen Mun near midnight. HongKong antiELAB1 year ago
Protesters used umbrellas, metal pans, and a water hose to put off tear gas in a tunnel in Tuen Mun near midnight. #HongKong #antiELAB
23:53 in Wan Chai: At least 2 counts of tear gas fired toward protestors from Police Headquarter
Police fire tear gas in Wan Chai, near the force's HQ #HongKongProtests
Shatin police station getting hit more, this time protesters stopping fire dept politely from stopping the fire apparently1 year ago
Shatin police station getting hit more, this time protesters stopping fire dept politely from stopping the fire apparently
Fires were lighted at an entrance to Sha Tin police station for the second time on Monday evening.  Photo: Stand News screenshot.   HongKong antiELAB1 year ago
Fires were lighted at an entrance to Sha Tin police station for the second time on Monday evening. Photo: Stand News screenshot. #HongKong #antiELAB
Scenes of tear gas and flaming barricades in Tuen Mun on Monday night, as riot police attempt an advance towards protesters.  Photo: Kris ChengHKFP.  antiELAB1 year ago
Scenes of tear gas and flaming barricades in Tuen Mun on Monday night, as riot police attempt an advance towards protesters. Photo: Kris ChengHKFP. #antiELAB
10.43pm.Fight for freedom, Stand With Hongkong, antiELAB protesters chanted at the Hong Kong International Airport. A few of them used plastic water bottles to make beats as well1 year ago
10.43pm."Fight for freedom, Stand With Hongkong," #antiELAB protesters chanted at the Hong Kong International Airport. A few of them used plastic water bottles to make beats as well
Shatin - 22:46 - Shatin police fired teargas into antiELAB protesters from inside a police station1 year ago
Shatin - 22:46 - Shatin police fired teargas into #antiELAB protesters from inside a police station
Tuen Mun: Tear gas were fired toward protestors previously1 year ago
Tuen Mun: Tear gas were fired toward protestors previously
Police have released this 26-year-old journalist after accusing him of assault. Officers say it was a misunderstanding1 year ago
Police have released this 26-year-old journalist after accusing him of assault. Officers say it was a "misunderstanding"
At least 10 rounds of tear gas are fired near shopping mall V City in Tuen Mun1 year ago
At least 10 rounds of tear gas are fired near shopping mall V City in Tuen Mun
22:34 at Shatin Police Station1 year ago
22:34 at Shatin Police Station
In Tuen Mun, riot police began marching towards protesters at 10:30pm, clanking their shields on the ground as they advanced.  Photo: Stand News screenshot.  antiELAB1 year ago
In Tuen Mun, riot police began marching towards protesters at 10:30pm, clanking their shields on the ground as they advanced. Photo: Stand News screenshot. #antiELAB
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