Map. History of Hong Kong conflict

22 August 2019
HK civil servants: mass rally 2 Aug 7 pm. Full day strike 5 Aug
Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office to speak on extradition bill crisis in first-ever move
At least 49 arrested and 16 injured after the last banned demonstration in Hong Kong
Hong Kong Police chief Stephen Lo has appealed to his fellow officers to remain committed to their sworn duties in order to 'fight for our home city
This video shows a tear gas grenade landed near a group of journalists
Another contingent of riot police has fired tear gas towards protesters on eastern end of Des Voeux
Just some of the tear gas and rubber bullets used by #HongKongPolice just outside Western Market
Riot policemen firing barrage after barrage of tear gas from an elevated position. Protesters respond with lasers. #AntiELAB
Riot policemen firing barrage after barrage of tear gas from an elevated position. Protesters respond with lasers. AntiELAB
Tear gas fired onto flyover on Connaught but yet to drive protesters away #728protest
Protesters put tear gas bombs out as quickly as they are fired by riot police in Sheung Wan
21:37 A child at McDonald's restaurant at Sheung Wan was attacked by tear gas #antiELAB
Police officers use pepper spray into an exit of Sheung Wan station. Inside, protesters use a fire hose to repel police #antiELAB
21:55 Arrested protestors made to face the wall, with hands tied to their backs
Tens of thousands of protesters are trying to hold off riot policemen on Des Voeux Road, Sheung Wan. multiple injured protesters have already been rushed through the crowd
Protesters outside Wing On Centre have been dragging with riot police for over 15 mins
21:40 even more tear gas on Des Voeux Road Central #hongkongprotests Credit: @donplusn
#HongKongPolice keeps firing tear gas near Shun Tak Ferry Terminal, more frequently than before #HongKongProtests
21:03 Tear gas fired on Connaught Rd Central. Protesters outside Shun Tak Center #728protest
20:20 more tear gas fired Connaught Road Credit: @donplusn
Police have fired rounds of tear gas in Sai Ying Pun. Local residents floors up can smell the tear gas. They are angry but they don't know to whom or even if they can complain #antielab
19:53 Sai Ying Pun, journalists report that the police had shot more than 20 teargas canisters within the past hour. (source hk01)
#HongKong legislator Ted Hui Chi-fung urged #HongKongPolice stop using tear gas in this dense residential area, many suffered in addition to protestors
Police are shining flashing lights at journalists making it impossible to film them firing tear gas. More rounds fired
Happening now: police dispersing protesters. Protesters retreating to almost Sheung Wan #antiELAB
19:52: More tear gas fired Crowd moved forward. #hongkongprotests Credit: @donplusn
Lasers aimed at police #hongkongprotests Credit: @donplusn
It looks like that reporter may have been hit by a projectile from protester ranks
19:46 just 3mins from the last shot and immediately after black flag was brandished, tear gas was fired on Dws Veoux Rd W again #728protest
Hong Kong police fire tear gas at protesters near the Beijing liaison office
Protesters in Causeway Bay are setting up several barricades outside the SOGO department store
SOGO Department Store shut as protesters gathered in causeway bay
The scene outside Western Police Station. A media liaison officer just told me: "Later, police will move forward, so be careful." But she had no answer when asked how much later #antiELAB
A drone is up and protesters immediately put up umbrellas and have masks on.
An aerial view of today's HongKongProtests. The starting point has overflowed into the streets where protesters are marching past police headquarters towards Victoria Park
Protesters say they are stopping outside Sogo shopping mall in Causeway Bay for now. They have marched here - without police permission - from Central's Chater Garden. A supply line has been set up. HongKongProtests #antiELAB
The 3rd offshoots of #728protest is heading wast to Sheung Wan-Sai Wan direction via Des Veoux Rs C
Hundreds of protesters are still gathering inside Chater Gardens while others march on to Wan Chai. The atmosphere has been peaceful and relaxed #728protest
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