Map. History of Hong Kong conflict

27 Peut 2020
Crowd gathered in Chinatown, in support of HongKongProtests9 mois il y a
Crowd gathered in Chinatown, in support of HongKongProtests
Police and armed police forces held a joint training in Shenzhen, Guangdong Province on Saturday9 mois il y a
Police and armed police forces held a joint training in Shenzhen, Guangdong Province on Saturday
Big protest in central London in solidarity with Hong Kong9 mois il y a
Big protest in central London in solidarity with Hong Kong
Police marched south several blocks, then got back in their vans. This officer was carrying a shotgun. Not sure what it's loaded with9 mois il y a
Police marched south several blocks, then got back in their vans. This officer was carrying a shotgun. Not sure what it's loaded with
Chong Hing Square, a mall on Nathan Rd, scrolled down its metal gate as riot police passed by, locking shoppers inside. A woman upheld this cardboard upon the gate, 818, 3pm, See you in Victoria Park. Her message apparently cant be locked up. AntiELAB9 mois il y a
Chong Hing Square, a mall on Nathan Rd, scrolled down its metal gate as riot police passed by, locking shoppers inside. A woman upheld this cardboard upon the gate, "818, 3pm, See you in Victoria Park". Her message apparently cant be locked up. #AntiELAB
Protesters target Mong Kok police station9 mois il y a
Protesters target Mong Kok police station
Riot police has suddenly charged but not been able to keep up with protesters due to the heavy gear9 mois il y a
Riot police has suddenly charged but not been able to keep up with protesters due to the heavy gear
Police retreated to their trucks while a bunch of bystanders started screaming corrupt policemen and dogs at them.   they're back out9 mois il y a
Police retreated to their trucks while a bunch of bystanders started screaming "corrupt policemen" and "dogs" at them. they're back out
Riot police march down Nathan Rd and ordinary citizens without gears follow after interim stepping aside. AntiELAB9 mois il y a
Riot police march down Nathan Rd and ordinary citizens without gears follow after interim stepping aside. AntiELAB
Riot police out in Mongkok. Everyone is geared up9 mois il y a
Riot police out in Mongkok. Everyone is geared up
This guy helped clear the road dressed as protester9 mois il y a
This guy helped clear the road dressed as protester
Protesters on Nathan Rd flee as riot police push down from Mong Kok Police Station AntiELAB9 mois il y a
Protesters on Nathan Rd flee as riot police push down from Mong Kok Police Station #AntiELAB
Sai Yeung Choi St S: The demonstrators are mainly gathered at the junction of Sai Yeung Choi South Street and Prince Edward Road West. Police officers outside the Mong Kok Police Station continue to carry shields. (6:50 PM)9 mois il y a
Sai Yeung Choi St S: The demonstrators are mainly gathered at the junction of Sai Yeung Choi South Street and Prince Edward Road West. Police officers outside the Mong Kok Police Station continue to carry shields. (6:50 PM)
Police geared up on Tung Choi Street, a couple of blocks from where protesters have put up road barricades. HongKongProtests9 mois il y a
Police geared up on Tung Choi Street, a couple of blocks from where protesters have put up road barricades. #HongKongProtests
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Protesters have taken on north bound lanes of Nathan Rd. One roadblock has been set off Bute Street. Another one is being built at junction with Mong Lok Rd. Police has warned of dispersal. #AntiELAB
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Officers at Tsim Sha Tsui Police Station gear up with helmets and shields as protesters earlier proposed to target the premises #hongkongprotests
Demonstrators outside the Mong Kok Police Station. Police has issued warning that people at the scene are involved in illegal gatherings9 mois il y a
Demonstrators outside the Mong Kok Police Station. Police has issued warning that people at the scene are involved in illegal gatherings
Mong Kok Police Station standoff: The demonstrators are using laser pointers against police and some eggs thrown9 mois il y a
Mong Kok Police Station standoff: The demonstrators are using laser pointers against police and some eggs thrown
Outside Mong Kok Police Station, two eggs are thrown by protesters in the direction of officers standing guard hongkongprotests9 mois il y a
Outside Mong Kok Police Station, two eggs are thrown by protesters in the direction of officers standing guard #hongkongprotests
Laser beams on @hkpoliceforce in Mong Kok by AntiELAB protesters9 mois il y a
Laser beams on @hkpoliceforce in Mong Kok by #AntiELAB protesters
At the Mong Kok police station, the police raised a blue flag - warning that the protest is unauthorised - at gathered crowds at around 6pm Saturday. Photo: HKFPInMedia9 mois il y a
At the Mong Kok police station, the police raised a blue flag - warning that the protest is unauthorised - at gathered crowds at around 6pm Saturday. Photo: #HKFPInMedia
18:09 at Prince Edward: Some protestors are carrying plastic barricades9 mois il y a
18:09 at Prince Edward: Some protestors are carrying plastic barricades
18:00 at Mong Kok: Some protestors arrives at MongKok, walking along Nathan Rd toward Yau Mei Tei9 mois il y a
18:00 at Mong Kok: Some protestors arrives at MongKok, walking along Nathan Rd toward Yau Mei Tei
Standstill at Mong Kok Police Station. Protesters shouting An eye for an eye tear gas.. Riot police on guard at station doorstep. AntiELAB9 mois il y a
Standstill at Mong Kok Police Station. Protesters shouting "An eye for an eye" "tear gas.". Riot police on guard at station doorstep. #AntiELAB
Some riot officers are seen standing by outside Mong Kok Police Station. A small number of protesters from the Hung Hom march are headed to the district  hongkongprotests9 mois il y a
Some riot officers are seen standing by outside Mong Kok Police Station. A small number of protesters from the Hung Hom march are headed to the district hongkongprotests
Protesters, after walking through To Kwa Wan, have arrived in Kowloon City. A roadblock is set up at the junction of Prince Edward Road West9 mois il y a
Protesters, after walking through To Kwa Wan, have arrived in Kowloon City. A roadblock is set up at the junction of Prince Edward Road West
In Tamar Park on Saturday afternoon, thousands of pro-Beijing protesters have also gathered in a rally in support of the police.  Photo: HKFP. HongKong antiELAB China9 mois il y a
In Tamar Park on Saturday afternoon, thousands of pro-Beijing protesters have also gathered in a rally in support of the police. Photo: HKFP. HongKong antiELAB China
antiELAB protesters finally march to Kowloon City. Marching along Prince Edward Road West, they said they are going to Prince Edward. HongKongProtests9 mois il y a
#antiELAB protesters finally march to Kowloon City. Marching along Prince Edward Road West, they said they are going to Prince Edward. HongKongProtests
Protesters have changed strategy a bit, and some choose to walk on passengerway. The route: Man Tai Street-> Ma Tau Wai Rd-> To Kwa Wan Rd-> Ma Tau Kok Rd->9 mois il y a
Protesters have changed strategy a bit, and some choose to walk on passengerway. The route: Man Tai Street-> Ma Tau Wai Rd-> To Kwa Wan Rd-> Ma Tau Kok Rd->
16:49 at Tamar Park, Admiralty:  Meanwhile at admiralty, Pro-BJ and Pro-police Anti-Violence, Save Hong Kong rally is about to start at 17009 mois il y a
16:49 at Tamar Park, Admiralty: Meanwhile at admiralty, Pro-BJ and Pro-police "Anti-Violence, Save Hong Kong" rally is about to start at 1700
A growing number of protesters are crowding into the playground at Hoi Sham Park as the head of the procession moves onto the street9 mois il y a
A growing number of protesters are crowding into the playground at Hoi Sham Park as the head of the procession moves onto the street
To Kwa Wan -  Protestors chanting Reclaim Hong Kong, revolution of our time during the march9 mois il y a
To Kwa Wan - Protestors chanting "Reclaim Hong Kong, revolution of our time" during the march
Taiwan stand together with HK, global solidarity for HK -  There are activities that support HK in different cities. Rally outside the art installation at TaiPei 101, protesting about HK police brutality9 mois il y a
Taiwan stand together with HK, global solidarity for HK - There are activities that support HK in different cities. Rally outside the art installation at TaiPei 101, protesting about HK police brutality
An anti-Hong Kong democracy rally turned ugly in Sydney's CBD today, with a counter-protester holding a Taiwanese flag escorted away under police protection after he was physically confronted by rally attendees
After reaching the end point at Whampoa MTR station, quite an amount of people continue to walk on Tak Man St, chanting 818 See you at Victoria Park AntiELAB9 mois il y a
After reaching the end point at Whampoa MTR station, quite an amount of people continue to walk on Tak Man St, chanting "818 See you at Victoria Park" #AntiELAB
Hong Kong: police retreated back into their vans. AntiELAB9 mois il y a
Hong Kong: police retreated back into their vans. #AntiELAB
15.55 pm Procession head arrived at Habour Centre Tower One on Hung Hom Rd, about 10 mins walk to end point. AntiELAB9 mois il y a
15.55 pm Procession head arrived at Habour Centre Tower One on Hung Hom Rd, about 10 mins walk to end point. #AntiELAB
Start of Hunghom march. Noisier, angrier and more masked people than the teachers march but very orderly.  A few Hk Independence flags and slogans9 mois il y a
Start of Hunghom march. Noisier, angrier and more masked people than the teachers march but very orderly. A few Hk Independence flags and slogans
Organiser Timothy Lee will not speculate whether there could escalation upon the end of the protest, eg occupy cross-harbour which is near Whompoa9 mois il y a
Organiser Timothy Lee will not speculate whether there could escalation upon the end of the protest, eg occupy cross-harbour which is near Whompoa
'Triads. Triads.' Protesters of the ToKwaWan and HungHom march chanted, as a few HongKongPolice officers passed by. They're also chanting 'Aug 18, See you at Victoria Park.'9 mois il y a
'Triads. Triads.' Protesters of the #ToKwaWan and #HungHom march chanted, as a few #HongKongPolice officers passed by. They're also chanting 'Aug 18, See you at Victoria Park.'
Hong Kong: the crowd has started moving. Thousands are   marching through Kowloon. AntiELAB9 mois il y a
Hong Kong: the crowd has started moving. Thousands are marching through Kowloon. #AntiELAB
15:42 at To Kwa Wan: The march has started, organizers are asking protestors to walk only on the pedestrian road as this is one of the condition for the no objection letter for the march9 mois il y a
15:42 at To Kwa Wan: The march has started, organizers are asking protestors to walk only on the pedestrian road as this is one of the condition for the no objection letter for the march
Organiser @timothylee_hk reminds police to remain restrained today. He also points out that although we do not forget the five demands of Hong Kong people, the main point of today's march is to call for an easing of the tourist influx in these districts antiELAB9 mois il y a
Organiser @timothylee_hk reminds police to remain restrained today. He also points out that "although we do not forget the five demands of Hong Kong people," the main point of today's march is to call for an easing of the tourist influx in these districts #antiELAB
Many shops have closed early in Tokwawan and Hung Hom on Saturday, perhaps in fear of violence and tear gas.  Photo: HKFP9 mois il y a
Many shops have closed early in Tokwawan and Hung Hom on Saturday, perhaps in fear of violence and tear gas. Photo: HKFP
Signs of private road put up in Whompoa Garden, where the march is supposed end- possibly a reminder for police. Property management has also informed residents that it will not easy allow police getting in the area, unless for suspicion of crime happening9 mois il y a
Signs of "private road" put up in Whompoa Garden, where the march is supposed end- possibly a reminder for police. Property management has also informed residents that it will not easy allow police getting in the area, unless for suspicion of crime happening
Thread- Reclaim Hung To rally, to protest against influx of mainland tourists in Hung Hom and To Kwa Wan, will start at 3.30pm. It is the few march that gets the green light from police9 mois il y a
Thread- "Reclaim Hung To" rally, to protest against influx of mainland tourists in Hung Hom and To Kwa Wan, will start at 3.30pm. It is the few march that gets the green light from police
Hundreds of Hong Kong teachers brave hot stormy weather and march up Garden Road shouting protect our next generation.9 mois il y a
Hundreds of Hong Kong teachers brave hot stormy weather and march up Garden Road shouting "protect our next generation."
Shouts of open the road. as the march hits a bottleneck on Garden Rd, forced to squeeze up the pavement inspite of the massive turnout. HKprotests9 mois il y a
Shouts of "open the road." as the march hits a bottleneck on Garden Rd, forced to squeeze up the pavement inspite of the massive turnout. #HKprotests
Tens of thousands attended an evening rally to Stand with HongKong. Among their demands, the crowd called for the UK to announce that China had violated the Sino-British Declaration9 mois il y a
Tens of thousands attended an evening rally to "Stand with HongKong". Among their demands, the crowd called for the UK to announce that China had violated the Sino-British Declaration
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Cathay Pacific CEO resigns following pressure by Beijing on Hong Kong carrier over participation by some of its employees in anti-government protests
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Hong Kong police say 748 arrested during summer's anti-gov't protests, as weekend demos banned again
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The students announced the results of their survey, which showed strong support for a strike. The school strike will begin on September 2 and will take place one day a week. Rallies will be held in different city districts as well as on school campuses.
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