Map. History of Hong Kong conflict

27 Peut 2020
After police left Shatin's New Town Plaza, an older man with anti-protest views reportedly began hitting the cameras of journalists.  Police then returned to the scene to escort the man away without arrest.  Photo: HKGolden screenshot.5 mois il y a
After police left Shatin's New Town Plaza, an older man with anti-protest views reportedly began hitting the cameras of journalists. Police then returned to the scene to escort the man away without arrest. Photo: HKGolden screenshot.
Tuen Mun Park: Police suddenly crushed into the park. One wearing non-issued 511 fire retardant suit. And seems they don't know where to call to verify ID5 mois il y a
Tuen Mun Park: Police suddenly crushed into the park. One wearing non-issued 511 fire retardant suit. And seems they don't know where to call to verify ID
17.02 Police arrest 1 at Telford Plaza, Kowloon Bay.  at least 3 arrested there in all. Right after this shot, another was detained, so   at least 4 arrests. Unclear what's motivated this heavy-handed policing in various locations around HK.5 mois il y a
17.02 Police arrest 1 at Telford Plaza, Kowloon Bay. at least 3 arrested there in all. Right after this shot, another was detained, so at least 4 arrests. Unclear what's motivated this heavy-handed policing in various locations around HK.
Shoppers and antiELAB protesters yell at riot police with boos and hisses as they are leaving the New Town Plaza. However, the tenseness at the mall has not dissipated even though the police have left5 mois il y a
Shoppers and antiELAB protesters yell at riot police with boos and hisses as they are leaving the New Town Plaza. However, the tenseness at the mall has not dissipated even though the police have left
Earlier, chanting and poster-sticking by protesters in Kowloon Bay's Telford Plaza led branches of Genki Sushi and Starbucks — whose local franchises are owned by pro-Beijing groups — to close their doors early.  Photo: Stand News.5 mois il y a
Earlier, chanting and poster-sticking by protesters in Kowloon Bay's Telford Plaza led branches of Genki Sushi and Starbucks — whose local franchises are owned by pro-Beijing groups — to close their doors early. Photo: Stand News.
Having passed the main atrium of the New Town Plaza, police have almost cordoned off the entire mall. Such a siege of this mall is second to the scuffle that took place on July 21. Riot police have also threatened shoppers by pointing guns at them.5 mois il y a
Having passed the main atrium of the New Town Plaza, police have almost cordoned off the entire mall. Such a siege of this mall is second to the scuffle that took place on July 21. Riot police have also threatened shoppers by pointing guns at them.
Riot police pointed guns and pepper spray at protesters inside the Shatin mall, after someone threw a bag of rubbish and water down at them when they were retreating with a few arrested protesters.5 mois il y a
Riot police pointed guns and pepper spray at protesters inside the Shatin mall, after someone threw a bag of rubbish and water down at them when they were retreating with a few arrested protesters.
A sea of Chinese flags at Tamar Park as pro-Beijing demonstrators take selfies at the anti-violence rally.  Photo: Stand News5 mois il y a
A sea of Chinese flags at Tamar Park as pro-Beijing demonstrators take selfies at the "anti-violence" rally. Photo: Stand News
The white man arrested about a half hour ago at Metroplaza, Kwai Fong by undercover police officers5 mois il y a
The white man arrested about a half hour ago at Metroplaza, Kwai Fong by undercover police officers
In Causeway Bay, a man has been handcuffed after being stopped by riot police. A crowd has gathered around the incident.  The man argues he was only passing by. The nearby Times Square mall has remained calm on Sunday.  Photo: NowTV screenshot.5 mois il y a
In Causeway Bay, a man has been handcuffed after being stopped by riot police. A crowd has gathered around the incident. The man argues he was only passing by. The nearby Times Square mall has remained calm on Sunday. Photo: NowTV screenshot.
16.28 Police have arrested 3 additional people at New Town Plaza mall, Sha Tin. This brings the count of those arrested in Sha Tin to at least 7 within the past hour5 mois il y a
16.28 Police have arrested 3 additional people at New Town Plaza mall, Sha Tin. This brings the count of those arrested in Sha Tin to at least 7 within the past hour
Students from Yau Tsim Mong and Sham Shui Po Secondary Schools gather in solidarity for arrested students5 mois il y a
Students from Yau Tsim Mong and Sham Shui Po Secondary Schools gather in solidarity for arrested students
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Girl, 13, sentenced to 12 months probation for burning China flag at Hong Kong protest
Participants at the Thursday Edinburgh Place rally write Christmas cards to arrested protesters who have been denied bail and detained indefinitely until trial.  Photo: HKFP.5 mois il y a
Participants at the Thursday Edinburgh Place rally write Christmas cards to arrested protesters who have been denied bail and detained indefinitely until trial. Photo: HKFP.
A secondary school students' rally to support underaged arrestees — one of many to take place across HongKong over the past weeks — was held in Tuen Mun at dusk on Thursday.  On Friday, another will be held in Tsim Sha Tsui.  Photo: Kero / USP.5 mois il y a
A secondary school students' rally to support underaged arrestees — one of many to take place across HongKong over the past weeks — was held in Tuen Mun at dusk on Thursday. On Friday, another will be held in Tsim Sha Tsui. Photo: Kero / USP.
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Security Secretary John Lee tells lawmakers that every single police officer at protests displays some kind of ID number, and even plainclothes officers wear them if possible.
On Wednesday afternoon, the pro-Beijing Concern Group Against Dirty Money and Hong Kong Independence rallied outside the Government Headquarters, calling for quick legislation of Basic Law Article 23's security measures.  Photo: Stand News.5 mois il y a
On Wednesday afternoon, the pro-Beijing "Concern Group Against Dirty Money and Hong Kong Independence" rallied outside the Government Headquarters, calling for quick legislation of Basic Law Article 23's security measures. Photo: Stand News.
Some people in the vicinity of Kwai Chung's Wednesday lunchtime protests were stopped and searched by masked police officers.  Photo: Stand News.5 mois il y a
Some people in the vicinity of Kwai Chung's Wednesday lunchtime protests were stopped and searched by masked police officers. Photo: Stand News.
In Kwun Tong, local workers spent Wednesday lunchtime writing Christmas cards to arrested protesters imprisoned or denied bail before their trials. Photo: Stand News.5 mois il y a
In Kwun Tong, local workers spent Wednesday lunchtime writing Christmas cards to arrested protesters imprisoned or denied bail before their trials. Photo: Stand News.
In Causeway Bay, lunchtime protesters marched outside of the annual Brands and Products Expo to shout slogans. Netizens had earlier called on protesters to enter the exhibition itself at its Tuesday opening ceremony.  Photo: Stand News.5 mois il y a
In Causeway Bay, lunchtime protesters marched outside of the annual Brands and Products Expo to shout slogans. Netizens had earlier called on protesters to enter the exhibition itself at its Tuesday opening ceremony. Photo: Stand News.
Multiple lunchtime protests took place across HongKong's office districts on Wednesday, over six months into the movement.  Photo: Stand News.5 mois il y a
Multiple lunchtime protests took place across HongKong's office districts on Wednesday, over six months into the movement. Photo: Stand News.
Around 200 people are in attendance at Tuesday evening's International Human Rights Day rally - approved by police in advance - at Admiralty's Lennon Wall. Photo: Jimmy Lam / USP5 mois il y a
Around 200 people are in attendance at Tuesday evening's International Human Rights Day rally - approved by police in advance - at Admiralty's "Lennon Wall". Photo: Jimmy Lam / USP
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Taiwanese president Tsai denies 'using' Hong Kong protests for election
HK Court of Appeal refuses to continue suspending ruling that mask ban is unconstitutional but will still allow govt to proceed with appeal of the ruling.
00:52: police arrested 3 males and 2 females in Tin Shui Wai.5 mois il y a
00:52: police arrested 3 males and 2 females in Tin Shui Wai.
Police announce they have defused two explosive devices found near Wah Yan College in Wan Chai this evening  Police say the devices consisted of 10kg of explosives with nails added for shrapnel, meaning a blast radius of 50-100m if detonation had occurred5 mois il y a
Police announce they have defused two explosive devices found near Wah Yan College in Wan Chai this evening Police say the devices consisted of 10kg of explosives with nails added for shrapnel, meaning a blast radius of 50-100m if detonation had occurred
Police are stopping and searching young people in Mong Kok on Monday night, after makeshift roadblocks were reported on Shantung Street earlier in the evening.  Photo: RTHK screenshot.5 mois il y a
Police are stopping and searching young people in Mong Kok on Monday night, after makeshift roadblocks were reported on Shantung Street earlier in the evening. Photo: RTHK screenshot.
In Taipo, residents were blocking the roads and confronting the police; Tai Wo rd is  blocked by police.5 mois il y a
In Taipo, residents were blocking the roads and confronting the police; Tai Wo rd is blocked by police.
Dec 9, 22:55 HKT in Taipo,  Hong Kong Police point pepper spray shouting at reporters again, don't cross the line which no clear indication where the line is5 mois il y a
Dec 9, 22:55 HKT in Taipo, Hong Kong Police point pepper spray shouting at reporters again, don't cross the line which no clear indication where the line is
40 riot police officers in standoff against residents in Taipo, upsetting residents, while pepper rounds fired5 mois il y a
40 riot police officers in standoff against residents in Taipo, upsetting residents, while pepper rounds fired
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