Map. History of Hong Kong conflict

20 September 2019
Anti-government protesters walk on the North Lantau Highway heading from Tung Chung towards Sunny Bay  hongkongprotests2 week ago
Anti-government protesters walk on the North Lantau Highway heading from Tung Chung towards Sunny Bay #hongkongprotests
As protesters continue to walk on the highway to Tsing Ma Bridge, some drivers sound their horns to cheer them on. In Tung Chung, a bus to Sha Tin is packed with people  HongKongProtests2 week ago
As protesters continue to walk on the highway to Tsing Ma Bridge, some drivers sound their horns to cheer them on. In Tung Chung, a bus to Sha Tin is packed with people #HongKongProtests
A small number of people appear to have gained entry into the airport without boarding passes. They are questioned and searched by police, who are being heckled by bystanders and other passengers  HongKongProtests2 week ago
A small number of people appear to have gained entry into the airport without boarding passes. They are questioned and searched by police, who are being heckled by bystanders and other passengers #HongKongProtests
2 week ago
Airport express trains suspended as Hong Kong protesters kick off plan to bring aviation hub to a standstill #HongKongProtests
Hong Kong police are set to hold a press conference at 3.15am
After police cleared the area and retreated people are back at the police station2 week ago
After police cleared the area and retreated people are back at the police station
Riot police opened the metal gate of an exit of Prince Edward MTR station and went in, attracting protesters across the road to walk over and gather outside the gate that was soon closed again2 week ago
Riot police opened the metal gate of an exit of Prince Edward MTR station and went in, attracting protesters across the road to walk over and gather outside the gate that was soon closed again
Officers in riot gear have advanced along Prince Edward Road West and stopped outside Mong Kok Police Station. Protesters have already left2 week ago
Officers in riot gear have advanced along Prince Edward Road West and stopped outside Mong Kok Police Station. Protesters have already left
21:31 at Tsim Sha Tsui: Protestors building barricades on Nathan Road again
21:14 Causeway Bay: 5 police who dressed up as protestors were questioned by journos whether they're officers. Other police quickly shield them away, sending them onto a white van
21:05 Causeway Bay: Some police who dressed up as protestors in full gear making arrests again
A police water cannon has also arrived at the scene of the now-extinguished fire on Hennessy Road. Police have warned that dyed water will be sprayed to identify protesters before arrest. #hongkongprotests
Fire at barricade near HK police HQ put out. Police special squad clearing debris. Water cannon vehicle nearby. (8.31 #hkprotest )
The fire has been put out, and riot police have moved in. Protesters have further retreated towards the east
More scenes as protesters lit a makeshift barricade on fire in Wanchai on Saturday evening. In full: Photo: @SiuSinGallery HKFP.
Special forces and armed forces held anti-terror maneuver in Shenzhen on Saturday, according to a video provided by Shenzhen residents and eagerly relayed by state media in China2 week ago
Special forces and armed forces held anti-terror maneuver in Shenzhen on Saturday, according to a video provided by Shenzhen residents and eagerly relayed by state media in China
Protesters in Hong Kong have started a fire during the 13th consecutive weekend of pro-democracy demonstrations in the city
Protesters in Causeway Bay making their way to North Point.
Police break down metal barricades along Harcourt Road in Admiralty
Police spray more blue dye from water cannon trucks in Admiralty
Petrol bombs - Blue dye - Tear gas. This is the scene outside Hong Kong's Legislative Council offices in Admiralty
WATER CANNON: Police deploy water cannon at antiELAB protesters in Admiralty
- Lasers - Tear gas - Fire; Protesters and police face off outside Hong Kong's Legislative Council offices in Admiralty during the 13th straight weekend of #HongKongProtests
Police in Hong Kong have used water cannon against protesters who are marching through the city during the 13th consecutive weekend of pro-democracy demonstrations
Police in Hong Kong have fired tear gas at protesters who are marching through the city during the 13th consecutive weekend of pro-democracy demonstrations
GRAFFITI: #AntiELAB protesters start writing "liberate Hong Kong" on the walls of a tunnel in the center of the city #HongKongProtests
MTR shuts some exits of Sheung Wan station for "public safety"
Marchers heading toward the Liaison Office just did a u-turn because of the massive police presence there. Reason has prevailed this time. Raking over DVR en route back to Central
15:00 at Causeway Bay: protest Outside Sogo
Crowds are also marching west from Central, chanting "Stand with Hong Kong, fight for freedom." near Lan Kwai Fong's nightlife district.
Pro-democracy activist @joshuawongcf was seen in Causeway Bay. He called for protesters to stand up against "white terror" and called for President Xi Jinping to stop hiding behind Hong Kong's riot police
Two black banners are seen hanging on the footbridge from Arsenal House in Wan Chai. They call for a strike in September to "fight tyranny"
The yellow flag has been raised by riot police on Garden Road, near St John's Building in Central. Dozens of riot police warn protesters they are participating in an unauthorised assembly. hongkongprotests
Filling half of Garden Road
Meanwhile, Stand News live showing many slogan-chanting, black-clad "shoppers" in Causeway Bay
Des Voeux Road West: Two water cannons can be seen nearby the liaison office. #HongKong
The procession is moving west and passing by Police HQ in Wan Chai now. #HKprotests
Thousands marching past HK police HQ on Arsenal St. Not a cop in sight. For now at least, looks like the policemen have backed off and given the streets to protesters. Most young people haven't even started to come out yet
In front of the Methodist Church in Wan Chai, hundreds of people are chanting: "Save the home of Hongkongers." They're singing hymns and quoting the Bible.
Protesters are advancing towards Upper Albert Road. While the initial crowd overwhelmed the street, protesters quickly went back to the pediatrian lane. No road occupation. Everyone is following traffic light
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