Hong Kong: Police and protesters stand off at Chinese University

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Police fire tear gas toward protesters at the Chinese University of Hong Kong on Tuesday, November 12.A man is detained during a protest at the Chinese University of Hong Kong on November 12.An office worker walks past debris left by pro-democracy protesters during a demonstration in Central, Hong Kong’s business district, on November 12.Students block an escalator with chairs in an attempt to hamper police at the University of Hong Kong on November 12.A protester is detained in the Central District of Hong Kong on November 11.Police officers cordon off an area where a traffic officer shot a 21-year-old protester and fired two more live rounds in Sai Wan Ho on November 11. The protester is undergoing operation and is in critical condition, hospital authorities say.People react after tear gas was fired by police during a protest in Hong Kong’s Central District on November 11.Protesters use a catapult against police during a protest in Hong Kong’s Central District on November 11.Riot police stand off with protesters at an entrance of a shopping mall during a demonstration on November 10.Protesters use umbrellas to block the door of a shopping mall on November 10. Protesters smashed windows in a subway station and a shopping mall Sunday and police made arrests in areas across Hong Kong.A man is helped by a volunteer medic after police used pepper spray during a demonstration on November 10.A police officer shouts at bystanders as they try to detain a person in the Mong Kok District of Hong Kong on November 10.Protestors set up barricades in Tseung Kwan O after a ceremony paying tribute to Chow Tsz-lok, on November 08.A person places a flower at a memorial for 22-year-old Hong Kong university student Chow Tsz-lok, on November 8.Students in gas masks are seen during a graduation ceremony at the Chinese University of Hong Kong on Thursday, November 7 in Hong Kong.Firefighters stand outside the offices of China’s Xinhua News Agency after its windows were damaged by protesters in Hong Kong on Saturday, November 2. Hong Kong riot police fired multiple rounds of tear gas and used a water cannon Saturday to break up a rally by thousands of masked protesters demanding autonomy after Beijing indicated it could tighten its grip on the Chinese territory.Richard Chan, a candidate for the district council elections, reacts after being pepper-sprayed by police in Hong Kong on November 2. Thousands of black-clad masked protesters streamed into Hong Kong’s central shopping district for another rally on November 2.A woman in a Halloween costume talks to a police officer in riot gear on October 31. A man dressed as the Joker for Halloween walks past police officers on October 31. A pro-democracy protester is detained by riot police in Mong Kok district on October 27 in Hong Kong.Pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong (2nd L) and Kelvin Lam (2nd R) shout slogans as they meet the media outside the Legislative Council (LegCo) in Hong Kong on October 29, 2019, after Wong was barred from standing in an upcoming local election. Wong was barred on October 29 from standing in an upcoming local election, after months of huge and frequently violent protests in the city. A protestor throws a tear gas canister on October 27 in Hong Kong. A couple wearing Guy Fawkes masks watch a rally at Chater Garden in Hong Kong on October 26.Protesters start a fire in front of the MTR station during demonstration on October 27.Tear gas smoke is seen exploding over reporters during an anti-government protest in Mong Kok district in Hong Kong on October 27.Pro-democracy supporters hold large size letter lights which read “Free Hong Kong” during an assembly of medical professionals in Central district in Hong Kong on October 26.High school students take part in a human chain rally outside Kowloon park in Hong Kong on October 25.Pro-democracy activist and South Horizons community organizer Joshua Wong answers questions from media after requesting to meet returning officer Dorothy Ma at the Southern district office in Hong Kong on October 24.Police fire blue dye toward protesters in Hong Kong on Sunday, October 20. Blue dye can be used to stain and identify masked protesters.Protesters set fire to a shop on October 20.Police charge during a pro-democracy march in the Kowloon district on October 20.A protester sets fire to a Bank of China branch on October 20.A pro-democracy protester is arrested by police on October 20.Lam arrives at the Legislative Council on October 16. A protester shoots a basketball at a poster of Lam during a rally on Tuesday, October 15.Protesters set fire to a Bank of China branch on Sunday, October 13. It was the 19th consecutive weekend of anti-government protests in Hong Kong.Protesters use the lights on their phones during a rally in central Hong Kong’s business district.A protester attempts to break a tourist bus window on October 13.Anti-government protesters set up “The Lady Liberty of Hong Kong” statue, which symbolizes the city’s recent democratic movement. The figure stands a little over 13 feet tall and was carried in pieces to the top of Lion Rock, one of Hong Kong’s iconic peaks.Protesters vandalize a shopping mall restaurant on October 13.Police shine lights at protesters outside the Ma On Shan police station on October 9.Protesters smash up a Bank of China branch on Monday, October 7.A woman is treated after police fired tear gas to disperse protesters in the Mong Kok district of Hong Kong on October 7.Police clear a street as protesters and pedestrians gathered near the Mong Kok police station on October 7.Pro-democracy protesters gather in a shopping mall on October 7.A masked protester stops for a portrait in Hong Kong on Sunday, October 6.Protesters vandalize the Cheung Sha Wan local government offices on October 6.Rescue personnel check the bottom of a taxi after the driver allegedly drove onto the pavement, hitting protesters in Hong Kong on October 6.A China Construction Bank is seen vandalized in the Causeway Bay area of Hong Kong on October 6.Pro-democracy protesters set fires in the street in the Causeway Bay area.People protest the ban against masks on Saturday, October 5.Police detain a protester on October 5.An anti-government protester stands near a fire on Friday, October 4.Protesters move a statue depicting a protester armed with gas mask, helmet and umbrella on the streets of Hong Kong on October 4.Protesters set a fire at a China Construction Bank.Police deploy tear gas outside a restaurant during a protest in the Causeway Bay district.Protesters spray paint slogans at the entrance to a tunnel on October 4.A fire is seen in front of a store vandalized by protesters.A store after being vandalized by protesters.Pro-democracy demonstrators hold up their hands to symbolize their five demands during a rally on October 4.Protesters throw petrol bombs at the gate to the Tsuen Wan police station on Wednesday, October 2.A young protester was shot Tuesday, October 1, as violent protests erupted across Hong Kong on the 70th anniversary of the People’s Republic of China. The incident marked a major escalation in violence that could galvanize the protest movement in Hong Kong.Police detain an anti-government protester on October 1. Thousands of black-clad protesters marched in central Hong Kong as part of multiple pro-democracy rallies.Protesters stand surrounded by smoke from tear gas shells on October 1.Marching anti-government protesters are seen through a window with peeled-off posters on October 1.Police tackle and arrest pro-democracy protesters during clashes on October 1. Protesters react after police fired tear gas near the central government offices in Hong Kong’s Admiralty area on October 1.Pro-democracy protesters form a “Pepe the Frog” themed human chain on Monday, September 30.A man is detained by Hong Kong police during a protest in the Causeway Bay shopping district on Sunday, September 29.Riot police try to disperse protesters on September 29.Bus passengers look at a burning barricade lit by pro-democracy protesters in front of the Mong Kok police station on Sunday, September 22.Pro-democracy protesters sing songs and chant slogans during a rally inside a shopping mall on September 22.An anti-government protester throws a Molotov cocktail during a demonstration near the Central Government Complex on Sunday, September 15.A pro-China supporter, center, is escorted by police after confronting journalists in Hong Kong on September 15.Pro-government and anti-government supporters chant against one another at a shopping mall in Hong Kong on Friday, September 13. The sign translates to “Stop violence and curb chaos; safeguard Hong Kong.”Demonstrators hold up their cell phone lights as they form a human chain at the Peak, a tourist spot in Hong Kong, on September 13.Police escort an injured man after he attacked protesters outside Prince Edward station in Hong Kong on Friday, September 6.Protesters burn paper money to pay their respects to injured protesters.Protesters prepare to clash with police outside the Mong Kok police station on September 6.A protester is detained by police at the Po Lam Mass Transit Railway station on Thursday, September 5.A man watches televisions at a store in Hong Kong as Chief Executive Carrie Lam announces the withdrawal of the extradition bill on Wednesday, September 4.A woman gets emotional on September 4 while paying her respects to protesters who were injured a few days earlier.Demonstrators travel through a railway station during a rally on Tuesday, September 3.Students wearing gas masks and helmets hold a banner that reads “five major demands are indispensable” at St. Francis’ Canossian College in Hong Kong.Protesters gather in the bus terminal at Hong Kong International Airport on Sunday, September 1. Hundreds of pro-democracy activists attempted to block transport routes to the city’s airport.A passenger walks to the airport on September 1 as pro-democracy protesters…



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