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HONG KONG, CHINA - AUGUST 10: Demonstrators gather to stage anti-government protests, which began in response to a proposed extradition law, in Tai Po, Hong Kong, China on August 10, 2019. Miguel Candela / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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HONG KONG, CHINA - AUGUST 10: Protesters organize and talk to each other to plan next events during anti-government protests, which began in response to a proposed extradition law, in Tai Po, Hong Kong, China on August 10, 2019. Miguel Candela / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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HONG KONG, CHINA - AUGUST 10: A protester wearing a mask during anti-government protests, which began in response to a proposed extradition law, in Tai Po, Hong Kong, China on August 10, 2019. Miguel Candela / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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HONG KONG, CHINA - AUGUST 10: Protesters check riot police movements during anti-government protests, which began in response to a proposed extradition law, in Tai Po, Hong Kong, China on August 10, 2019. Miguel Candela / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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HONG KONG, CHINA - AUGUST 10: A protester wearing a helmet and mask during anti-government protests, which began in response to a proposed extradition law, in Tai Po, Hong Kong, China on August 10, 2019. Miguel Candela / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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HONG KONG, CHINA - AUGUST 10: Protesters set up metal barricades to disrupt movement and police work during anti-government protests, which began in response to a proposed extradition law, in Tai Po, Hong Kong, China on August 10, 2019. Miguel Candela / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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HONG KONG, CHINA - AUGUST 10: A protester uses binoculars to check riot police movements during anti-government protests, which began in response to a proposed extradition law, in Tai Po, Hong Kong, China on August 10, 2019. Miguel Candela / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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HONG KONG, CHINA - AUGUST 10: Riot police officers stand on guard during anti-government protests, which began in response to a proposed extradition law, in Tai Po, Hong Kong, China on August 10, 2019. Miguel Candela / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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HONG KONG, CHINA - AUGUST 10: Riot police officers stand on guard during anti-government protests, which began in response to a proposed extradition law, in Tai Po, Hong Kong, China on August 10, 2019. Miguel Candela / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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HONG KONG, CHINA - AUGUST 10: A local resident tries to go through the police barricade during anti-government protests, which began in response to a proposed extradition law, in Tai Po, Hong Kong, China on August 10, 2019. Miguel Candela / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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HONG KONG, CHINA - AUGUST 10: Riot police officers stand on guard during anti-government protests, which began in response to a proposed extradition law, in Tai Po, Hong Kong, China on August 10, 2019. Miguel Candela / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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HONG KONG, CHINA - AUGUST 10: A protester passes by a collage during anti-government protests, which began in response to a proposed extradition law, in Tai Po, Hong Kong, China on August 10, 2019. Miguel Candela / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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HONG KONG, CHINA - AUGUST 10: A protester takes a photo with his smartphone of a large a collage during anti-government protests, which began in response to a proposed extradition law, in Tai Po, Hong Kong, China on August 10, 2019. Miguel Candela / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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HONG KONG, CHINA - AUGUST 10: Riot police officers stand on guard during anti-government protests, which began in response to a proposed extradition law, in Tai Po, Hong Kong, China on August 10, 2019. Miguel Candela / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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A female protester holding a message to apologise to the travellers for the inconvenience they have causes due to the protest. Thousands of protesters took to the arrival hall of the Hong Kong international airport under the name "Greetings from HKers Assembly" to catch the attention by the international travelers who just landed in Hong Kong about the current unrest situation in the city. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A travel arriving at the Hong Kong airport is greeted with protesters at the arrival hall. Thousands of protesters took to the arrival hall of the Hong Kong international airport under the name "Greetings from HKers Assembly" to catch the attention by the international travelers who just landed in Hong Kong about the current unrest situation in the city. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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The arrival hall of the Hong Kong airport packed with protesters. Thousands of protesters took to the arrival hall of the Hong Kong international airport under the name "Greetings from HKers Assembly" to catch the attention by the international travelers who just landed in Hong Kong about the current unrest situation in the city. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Protesters act as human Lennon wall for others to post messages on their bodies during the demonstration in the airport. Thousands of protesters took to the arrival hall of the Hong Kong international airport under the name "Greetings from HKers Assembly" to catch the attention by the international travelers who just landed in Hong Kong about the current unrest situation in the city. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Protesters display a big banner reads "Liberate HK, Revolution Now". Thousands of protesters took to the arrival hall of the Hong Kong international airport under the name "Greetings from HKers Assembly" to catch the attention by the international travelers who just landed in Hong Kong about the current unrest situation in the city. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A man arguing with the protesters as he is not happy with the protests in the airport. Thousands of protesters took to the arrival hall of the Hong Kong international airport under the name "Greetings from HKers Assembly" to catch the attention by the international travelers who just landed in Hong Kong about the current unrest situation in the city. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Protesters seen gathered at the arrival hall of the airport. Thousands of protesters took to the arrival hall of the Hong Kong international airport under the name "Greetings from HKers Assembly" to catch the attention by the international travelers who just landed in Hong Kong about the current unrest situation in the city. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A protester act a human Lennon wall to let other post messages on his body during the protest in the airport. Thousands of protesters took to the arrival hall of the Hong Kong international airport under the name "Greetings from HKers Assembly" to catch the attention by the international travelers who just landed in Hong Kong about the current unrest situation in the city. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A travel arriving at the Hong Kong airport is greeted with protesters at the arrival hall. Thousands of protesters took to the arrival hall of the Hong Kong international airport under the name "Greetings from HKers Assembly" to catch the attention by the international travelers who just landed in Hong Kong about the current unrest situation in the city. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A line of protestors line up at the airport arrival hall to provide information about the situation in Hong Kong to travellers. Thousands of protesters took to the arrival hall of the Hong Kong international airport under the name "Greetings from HKers Assembly" to catch the attention by the international travelers who just landed in Hong Kong about the current unrest situation in the city. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Protesters seen gathered at the arrival hall of the airport. Thousands of protesters took to the arrival hall of the Hong Kong international airport under the name "Greetings from HKers Assembly" to catch the attention by the international travelers who just landed in Hong Kong about the current unrest situation in the city. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Protesters painting their banners to inform the travellers about the current situation in Hong Kong. Thousands of protesters took to the arrival hall of the Hong Kong international airport under the name "Greetings from HKers Assembly" to catch the attention by the international travelers who just landed in Hong Kong about the current unrest situation in the city. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A female protester holding a message to apologise to the travellers for the inconvenience they have causes due to the protest. Thousands of protesters took to the arrival hall of the Hong Kong international airport under the name "Greetings from HKers Assembly" to catch the attention by the international travelers who just landed in Hong Kong about the current unrest situation in the city. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Protesters seen gathered at the arrival hall of the airport. Thousands of protesters took to the arrival hall of the Hong Kong international airport under the name "Greetings from HKers Assembly" to catch the attention by the international travelers who just landed in Hong Kong about the current unrest situation in the city. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A female protester providing information in Spanish about the protests in Hong Kong to travellers arriving in Hong Kong. Thousands of protesters took to the arrival hall of the Hong Kong international airport under the name "Greetings from HKers Assembly" to catch the attention by the international travelers who just landed in Hong Kong about the current unrest situation in the city. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A group of protester display placards with anti government message during the protest in the airport. Thousands of protesters took to the arrival hall of the Hong Kong international airport under the name "Greetings from HKers Assembly" to catch the attention by the international travelers who just landed in Hong Kong about the current unrest situation in the city. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Protesters seen gathered at the arrival hall of the airport. Thousands of protesters took to the arrival hall of the Hong Kong international airport under the name "Greetings from HKers Assembly" to catch the attention by the international travelers who just landed in Hong Kong about the current unrest situation in the city. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A female protester wearing a helmet with anti government messages written on it during the demonstration at the airport. Thousands of protesters took to the arrival hall of the Hong Kong international airport under the name "Greetings from HKers Assembly" to catch the attention by the international travelers who just landed in Hong Kong about the current unrest situation in the city. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A female protester displaying a placard with messages in Japanese and Korean to explain to the tourist about the current situation in Hong Kong. Thousands of protesters took to the arrival hall of the Hong Kong international airport under the name "Greetings from HKers Assembly" to catch the attention by the international travelers who just landed in Hong Kong about the current unrest situation in the city. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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The arrival hall of the Hong Kong airport packed with protesters. Thousands of protesters took to the arrival hall of the Hong Kong international airport under the name "Greetings from HKers Assembly" to catch the attention by the international travelers who just landed in Hong Kong about the current unrest situation in the city. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A protester act a human Lennon wall to let other post messages on his body during the protest in the airport. Thousands of protesters took to the arrival hall of the Hong Kong international airport under the name "Greetings from HKers Assembly" to catch the attention by the international travelers who just landed in Hong Kong about the current unrest situation in the city. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Protesters displaying placards in English during the protest in the airport. Thousands of protesters took to the arrival hall of the Hong Kong international airport under the name "Greetings from HKers Assembly" to catch the attention by the international travelers who just landed in Hong Kong about the current unrest situation in the city. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A sticker reads "Stand with Hong Kong" seen on a t_shirt of a protester in the airport. Thousands of protesters took to the arrival hall of the Hong Kong international airport under the name "Greetings from HKers Assembly" to catch the attention by the international travelers who just landed in Hong Kong about the current unrest situation in the city. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Protesters offering information about the current situation in Hong Kong to the travellers. Thousands of protesters took to the arrival hall of the Hong Kong international airport under the name "Greetings from HKers Assembly" to catch the attention by the international travelers who just landed in Hong Kong about the current unrest situation in the city. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A travel arriving at the Hong Kong airport is greeted with protesters at the arrival hall. Thousands of protesters took to the arrival hall of the Hong Kong international airport under the name "Greetings from HKers Assembly" to catch the attention by the international travelers who just landed in Hong Kong about the current unrest situation in the city. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A protester act a human Lennon wall to let other post messages on his body during the protest in the airport. Thousands of protesters took to the arrival hall of the Hong Kong international airport under the name "Greetings from HKers Assembly" to catch the attention by the international travelers who just landed in Hong Kong about the current unrest situation in the city. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Protesters with anti government placards seen at the arrival hall of the airport. Thousands of protesters took to the arrival hall of the Hong Kong international airport under the name "Greetings from HKers Assembly" to catch the attention by the international travelers who just landed in Hong Kong about the current unrest situation in the city. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A female protester holding a leaflet with information about the ongoing protests in Hong Kong during the demonstration at the airport. Thousands of protesters took to the arrival hall of the Hong Kong international airport under the name "Greetings from HKers Assembly" to catch the attention by the international travelers who just landed in Hong Kong about the current unrest situation in the city. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A protester holds a placard reads "Democracy now" during the demonstration in the airport. Thousands of protesters took to the arrival hall of the Hong Kong international airport under the name "Greetings from HKers Assembly" to catch the attention by the international travelers who just landed in Hong Kong about the current unrest situation in the city. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A protester holding a placard protesting against the Hong Kong police's action towards the protesters. Thousands of protesters took to the arrival hall of the Hong Kong international airport under the name "Greetings from HKers Assembly" to catch the attention by the international travelers who just landed in Hong Kong about the current unrest situation in the city. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Placard messages placed on the floor explaining to travellers about the current situation in Hong Kong. Thousands of protesters took to the arrival hall of the Hong Kong international airport under the name "Greetings from HKers Assembly" to catch the attention by the international travelers who just landed in Hong Kong about the current unrest situation in the city. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A female protester holding a UK union flag during the protest in the airport. Thousands of protesters took to the arrival hall of the Hong Kong international airport under the name "Greetings from HKers Assembly" to catch the attention by the international travelers who just landed in Hong Kong about the current unrest situation in the city. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Residents and anti-government protesters burn paper money to mark the Hungry Ghost Festival. Thousands of anti government protesters took to the street of Hong Kong once again in another round of demonstration. They are rallying under the name of "Hungry Ghost Festival" which is a local tradition believing that the gates of hell will open for the month (July of the Chinese lunar Calendar) and ghosts would roam the streets. The protesters are claiming to support the ghost who they believe are also supporting the anti government protests in Hong Kong. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A protester holds up fake money depicting the Hong Kong Chef Executive Carrie Lam during the protest. Protesters took to the streets of Hong Kong again, this time using the Hungry Ghost Festival as a way to demonstrate against the government. Protesters burn various paper offerings as a way to appease ancestors and spirits. (Photo by Aidan Marzo / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Protesters light incense in celebration of the Ghost Festival. Protesters took to the streets of Hong Kong again, this time using the Hungry Ghost Festival as a way to demonstrate against the government. Protesters burn various paper offerings as a way to appease ancestors and spirits. (Photo by Aidan Marzo / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Anti-government protesters burn various paper offerings for the Ghost Festival. Protesters took to the streets of Hong Kong again, this time using the Hungry Ghost Festival as a way to demonstrate against the government. Protesters burn various paper offerings as a way to appease ancestors and spirits. (Photo by Aidan Marzo / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Protester places incense by the road. Protesters took to the streets of Hong Kong again, this time using the Hungry Ghost Festival as a way to demonstrate against the government. Protesters burn various paper offerings as a way to appease ancestors and spirits. (Photo by Aidan Marzo / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Protesters throw up paper money in celebration of the Ghost Festival. Protesters took to the streets of Hong Kong again, this time using the Hungry Ghost Festival as a way to demonstrate against the government. Protesters burn various paper offerings as a way to appease ancestors and spirits. (Photo by Aidan Marzo / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Protesters throw fake money over the barricade of the police station Protesters took to the streets of Hong Kong again, this time using the Hungry Ghost Festival as a way to demonstrate against the government. Protesters burn various paper offerings as a way to appease ancestors and spirits. (Photo by Aidan Marzo / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A protester holds up an orange filled with incense during the demonstration. Protesters took to the streets of Hong Kong again, this time using the Hungry Ghost Festival as a way to demonstrate against the government. Protesters burn various paper offerings as a way to appease ancestors and spirits. (Photo by Aidan Marzo / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Protesters shine lasers at paper in a sarcastic attempt to ignite it. Protesters took to the streets of Hong Kong again, this time using the Hungry Ghost Festival as a way to demonstrate against the government. Protesters burn various paper offerings as a way to appease ancestors and spirits. (Photo by Aidan Marzo / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Protesters shine lasers at incense in a sarcastic attempt to light them on fire. Protesters took to the streets of Hong Kong again, this time using the Hungry Ghost Festival as a way to demonstrate against the government. Protesters burn various paper offerings as a way to appease ancestors and spirits. (Photo by Aidan Marzo / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Anti-government protesters burn paper money to mark the Hungry Ghost Festival. Thousands of anti government protesters took to the street of Hong Kong once again in another round of demonstration. They are rallying under the name of "Hungry Ghost Festival" which is a local tradition believing that the gates of hell will open for the month (July of the Chinese lunar Calendar) and ghosts would roam the streets. The protesters are claiming to support the ghost who they believe are also supporting the anti government protests in Hong Kong. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Anti-government protesters burn paper money to mark the Hungry Ghost Festival. Thousands of anti government protesters took to the street of Hong Kong once again in another round of demonstration. They are rallying under the name of "Hungry Ghost Festival" which is a local tradition believing that the gates of hell will open for the month (July of the Chinese lunar Calendar) and ghosts would roam the streets. The protesters are claiming to support the ghost who they believe are also supporting the anti government protests in Hong Kong. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Riot police officers stand on guard to prevent an escalating situation with the protesters. Thousands of anti government protesters took to the street of Hong Kong once again in another round of demonstration. They are rallying under the name of "Hungry Ghost Festival" which is a local tradition believing that the gates of hell will open for the month (July of the Chinese lunar Calendar) and ghosts would roam the streets. The protesters are claiming to support the ghost who they believe are also supporting the anti government protests in Hong Kong. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A shadow of a protester using a laser pointer while paper money thrown by the protesters is seen on the ground. Thousands of anti government protesters took to the street of Hong Kong once again in another round of demonstration. They are rallying under the name of "Hungry Ghost Festival" which is a local tradition believing that the gates of hell will open for the month (July of the Chinese lunar Calendar) and ghosts would roam the streets. The protesters are claiming to support the ghost who they believe are also supporting the anti government protests in Hong Kong. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Anti-government protesters burn paper money to mark the Hungry Ghost Festival. Thousands of anti government protesters took to the street of Hong Kong once again in another round of demonstration. They are rallying under the name of "Hungry Ghost Festival" which is a local tradition believing that the gates of hell will open for the month (July of the Chinese lunar Calendar) and ghosts would roam the streets. The protesters are claiming to support the ghost who they believe are also supporting the anti government protests in Hong Kong. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Commuters ride Hong Kong's MTR subway train while political and protest related news are shown above them on TV. Thousands of anti government protesters took to the street of Hong Kong once again in another round of demonstration. They are rallying under the name of "Hungry Ghost Festival" which is a local tradition believing that the gates of hell will open for the month (July of the Chinese lunar Calendar) and ghosts would roam the streets. The protesters are claiming to support the ghost who they believe are also supporting the anti government protests in Hong Kong. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Residents and anti-government protesters burn paper money to mark the Hungry Ghost Festival. Thousands of anti government protesters took to the street of Hong Kong once again in another round of demonstration. They are rallying under the name of "Hungry Ghost Festival" which is a local tradition believing that the gates of hell will open for the month (July of the Chinese lunar Calendar) and ghosts would roam the streets. The protesters are claiming to support the ghost who they believe are also supporting the anti government protests in Hong Kong. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Protesters use laser pointers against a police dormitory building during the demonstration. Thousands of anti government protesters took to the street of Hong Kong once again in another round of demonstration. They are rallying under the name of "Hungry Ghost Festival" which is a local tradition believing that the gates of hell will open for the month (July of the Chinese lunar Calendar) and ghosts would roam the streets. The protesters are claiming to support the ghost who they believe are also supporting the anti government protests in Hong Kong. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Protester use blue laser pointers against the riot police officers and their dormitory building during a demonstration. Thousands of anti government protesters took to the street of Hong Kong once again in another round of demonstration. They are rallying under the name of "Hungry Ghost Festival" which is a local tradition believing that the gates of hell will open for the month (July of the Chinese lunar Calendar) and ghosts would roam the streets. The protesters are claiming to support the ghost who they believe are also supporting the anti government protests in Hong Kong. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A vandalised bus stop seen during the demonstration. Thousands of anti government protesters took to the street of Hong Kong once again in another round of demonstration. They are rallying under the name of "Hungry Ghost Festival" which is a local tradition believing that the gates of hell will open for the month (July of the Chinese lunar Calendar) and ghosts would roam the streets. The protesters are claiming to support the ghost who they believe are also supporting the anti government protests in Hong Kong. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Anti-government protesters burn paper money to mark the Hungry Ghost Festival. Thousands of anti government protesters took to the street of Hong Kong once again in another round of demonstration. They are rallying under the name of "Hungry Ghost Festival" which is a local tradition believing that the gates of hell will open for the month (July of the Chinese lunar Calendar) and ghosts would roam the streets. The protesters are claiming to support the ghost who they believe are also supporting the anti government protests in Hong Kong. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Anti-government protesters burn paper money to mark the Hungry Ghost Festival. Thousands of anti government protesters took to the street of Hong Kong once again in another round of demonstration. They are rallying under the name of "Hungry Ghost Festival" which is a local tradition believing that the gates of hell will open for the month (July of the Chinese lunar Calendar) and ghosts would roam the streets. The protesters are claiming to support the ghost who they believe are also supporting the anti government protests in Hong Kong. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Anti-government protesters burn paper money to mark the Hungry Ghost Festival. Thousands of anti government protesters took to the street of Hong Kong once again in another round of demonstration. They are rallying under the name of "Hungry Ghost Festival" which is a local tradition believing that the gates of hell will open for the month (July of the Chinese lunar Calendar) and ghosts would roam the streets. The protesters are claiming to support the ghost who they believe are also supporting the anti government protests in Hong Kong. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Riot police officers try to leave the police station in order to confront with protesters during the Hungry Ghost Festival. Thousands of anti government protesters took to the street of Hong Kong once again in another round of demonstration. They are rallying under the name of "Hungry Ghost Festival" which is a local tradition believing that the gates of hell will open for the month (July of the Chinese lunar Calendar) and ghosts would roam the streets. The protesters are claiming to support the ghost who they believe are also supporting the anti government protests in Hong Kong. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Residents and anti-government protesters burn paper money to mark the Hungry Ghost Festival. Thousands of anti government protesters took to the street of Hong Kong once again in another round of demonstration. They are rallying under the name of "Hungry Ghost Festival" which is a local tradition believing that the gates of hell will open for the month (July of the Chinese lunar Calendar) and ghosts would roam the streets. The protesters are claiming to support the ghost who they believe are also supporting the anti government protests in Hong Kong. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Riot police officers stand on guard to prevent an escalating situation with the protesters. Thousands of anti government protesters took to the street of Hong Kong once again in another round of demonstration. They are rallying under the name of "Hungry Ghost Festival" which is a local tradition believing that the gates of hell will open for the month (July of the Chinese lunar Calendar) and ghosts would roam the streets. The protesters are claiming to support the ghost who they believe are also supporting the anti government protests in Hong Kong. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Protesters use laser pointers against a police dormitory building during the demonstration. Thousands of anti government protesters took to the street of Hong Kong once again in another round of demonstration. They are rallying under the name of "Hungry Ghost Festival" which is a local tradition believing that the gates of hell will open for the month (July of the Chinese lunar Calendar) and ghosts would roam the streets. The protesters are claiming to support the ghost who they believe are also supporting the anti government protests in Hong Kong. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Protesters use laser pointers against riot police officers during the confrontation with the police. Thousands of anti government protesters took to the street of Hong Kong once again in another round of demonstration. They are rallying under the name of "Hungry Ghost Festival" which is a local tradition believing that the gates of hell will open for the month (July of the Chinese lunar Calendar) and ghosts would roam the streets. The protesters are claiming to support the ghost who they believe are also supporting the anti government protests in Hong Kong. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Burnt paper money by anti-government protesters seen on the ground to mark the Hungry Ghost Festival. Thousands of anti government protesters took to the street of Hong Kong once again in another round of demonstration. They are rallying under the name of "Hungry Ghost Festival" which is a local tradition believing that the gates of hell will open for the month (July of the Chinese lunar Calendar) and ghosts would roam the streets. The protesters are claiming to support the ghost who they believe are also supporting the anti government protests in Hong Kong. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Residents and anti-government protesters burn paper money to mark the Hungry Ghost Festival. Thousands of anti government protesters took to the street of Hong Kong once again in another round of demonstration. They are rallying under the name of "Hungry Ghost Festival" which is a local tradition believing that the gates of hell will open for the month (July of the Chinese lunar Calendar) and ghosts would roam the streets. The protesters are claiming to support the ghost who they believe are also supporting the anti government protests in Hong Kong. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Residents and anti-government protesters burn paper money to mark the Hungry Ghost Festival. Thousands of anti government protesters took to the street of Hong Kong once again in another round of demonstration. They are rallying under the name of "Hungry Ghost Festival" which is a local tradition believing that the gates of hell will open for the month (July of the Chinese lunar Calendar) and ghosts would roam the streets. The protesters are claiming to support the ghost who they believe are also supporting the anti government protests in Hong Kong. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Commuters ride Hong Kong's MTR subway train while political and protest related news are shown above them on TV. Thousands of anti government protesters took to the street of Hong Kong once again in another round of demonstration. They are rallying under the name of "Hungry Ghost Festival" which is a local tradition believing that the gates of hell will open for the month (July of the Chinese lunar Calendar) and ghosts would roam the streets. The protesters are claiming to support the ghost who they believe are also supporting the anti government protests in Hong Kong. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A protester shouts anti government slogans at the police during the demonstration. Thousands of protesters surrounded the Sham Shui Po district police station to demand the release of the student union president Keith Fong Chung Yin who was arrested for buying a torch-like laser pointer which the police consider it as weapons, sparking the latest confrontation between the protesters and the police. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Riot police officers stand on guard during the clashes with the protesters. Thousands of protesters surrounded the Sham Shui Po district police station to demand the release of the student union president Keith Fong Chung Yin who was arrested for buying a torch-like laser pointer which the police consider it as weapons, sparking the latest confrontation between the protesters and the police. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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The dome of Space Museum full of laser beams from laser pointers during the demonstration. Thousands of protesters gathered outside the Hong Kong space museum with their laser pointers to protest to the Hong Kong police who arrested Keith Fong Chung-yi, the student union president at the Hong Kong Baptist University for possession of 10 laser pointers when he was stopped and searched by the police. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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The dome of Space Museum full of laser beams from laser pointers during the demonstration. Thousands of protesters gathered outside the Hong Kong space museum with their laser pointers to protest to the Hong Kong police who arrested Keith Fong Chung-yi, the student union president at the Hong Kong Baptist University for possession of 10 laser pointers when he was stopped and searched by the police. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Protesters using laser pointers towards the space museum during the demonstration. Thousands of protesters gathered outside the Hong Kong space museum with their laser pointers to protest to the Hong Kong police who arrested Keith Fong Chung-yi, the student union president at the Hong Kong Baptist University for possession of 10 laser pointers when he was stopped and searched by the police. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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The dome of Space Museum full of laser beams from laser pointers during the demonstration. Thousands of protesters gathered outside the Hong Kong space museum with their laser pointers to protest to the Hong Kong police who arrested Keith Fong Chung-yi, the student union president at the Hong Kong Baptist University for possession of 10 laser pointers when he was stopped and searched by the police. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Protesters using laser pointers during the demonstration. Thousands of protesters gathered outside the Hong Kong space museum with their laser pointers to protest to the Hong Kong police who arrested Keith Fong Chung-yi, the student union president at the Hong Kong Baptist University for possession of 10 laser pointers when he was stopped and searched by the police. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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The dome of Space Museum full of laser beams from laser pointers during the demonstration. Thousands of protesters gathered outside the Hong Kong space museum with their laser pointers to protest to the Hong Kong police who arrested Keith Fong Chung-yi, the student union president at the Hong Kong Baptist University for possession of 10 laser pointers when he was stopped and searched by the police. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Residents watch the confrontation unfolding between riot police officers and protesters. Thousands of protesters surrounded the Sham Shui Po district police station to demand the release of the student union president Keith Fong Chung Yin who was arrested for buying a torch-like laser pointer which the police consider it as weapons, sparking the latest confrontation between the protesters and the police. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A protester with his face mask on seen at the front line of the demonstration. Thousands of protesters surrounded the Sham Shui Po district police station to demand the release of the student union president Keith Fong Chung Yin who was arrested for buying a torch-like laser pointer which the police consider it as weapons, sparking the latest confrontation between the protesters and the police. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Protesters using laser pointers during the demonstration. Thousands of protesters gathered outside the Hong Kong space museum with their laser pointers to protest to the Hong Kong police who arrested Keith Fong Chung-yi, the student union president at the Hong Kong Baptist University for possession of 10 laser pointers when he was stopped and searched by the police. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A resident coming back home from work has been injured during the clashes between protesters and riot police officers. Thousands of protesters surrounded the Sham Shui Po district police station to demand the release of the student union president Keith Fong Chung Yin who was arrested for buying a torch-like laser pointer which the police consider it as weapons, sparking the latest confrontation between the protesters and the police. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Riot police officers with full riot gears rush to confront protesters. Thousands of protesters surrounded the Sham Shui Po district police station to demand the release of the student union president Keith Fong Chung Yin who was arrested for buying a torch-like laser pointer which the police consider it as weapons, sparking the latest confrontation between the protesters and the police. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A riot police officer stands on guard during the clashes with the protesters. Thousands of protesters surrounded the Sham Shui Po district police station to demand the release of the student union president Keith Fong Chung Yin who was arrested for buying a torch-like laser pointer which the police consider it as weapons, sparking the latest confrontation between the protesters and the police. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Protesters shouting anti government slogans at the riot police officers during the demonstration. Thousands of protesters surrounded the Sham Shui Po district police station to demand the release of the student union president Keith Fong Chung Yin who was arrested for buying a torch-like laser pointer which the police consider it as weapons, sparking the latest confrontation between the protesters and the police. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A protester is being arrested by riot police officers during the clash. Thousands of protesters surrounded the Sham Shui Po district police station to demand the release of the student union president Keith Fong Chung Yin who was arrested for buying a torch-like laser pointer which the police consider it as weapons, sparking the latest confrontation between the protesters and the police. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A protester is being arrested by riot police officers during the demonstration. Thousands of protesters surrounded the Sham Shui Po district police station to demand the release of the student union president Keith Fong Chung Yin who was arrested for buying a torch-like laser pointer which the police consider it as weapons, sparking the latest confrontation between the protesters and the police. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A protester is being arrested by riot police officers during the demonstration. Thousands of protesters surrounded the Sham Shui Po district police station to demand the release of the student union president Keith Fong Chung Yin who was arrested for buying a torch-like laser pointer which the police consider it as weapons, sparking the latest confrontation between the protesters and the police. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Riot police officers stand on guard during the clashes with the protesters. Thousands of protesters surrounded the Sham Shui Po district police station to demand the release of the student union president Keith Fong Chung Yin who was arrested for buying a torch-like laser pointer which the police consider it as weapons, sparking the latest confrontation between the protesters and the police. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Riot police officers stand on guard during the clashes with the protesters. Thousands of protesters surrounded the Sham Shui Po district police station to demand the release of the student union president Keith Fong Chung Yin who was arrested for buying a torch-like laser pointer which the police consider it as weapons, sparking the latest confrontation between the protesters and the police. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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The dome of Space Museum full of laser beams from laser pointers during the demonstration. Thousands of protesters gathered outside the Hong Kong space museum with their laser pointers to protest to the Hong Kong police who arrested Keith Fong Chung-yi, the student union president at the Hong Kong Baptist University for possession of 10 laser pointers when he was stopped and searched by the police. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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The dome of Space Museum full of laser beams from laser pointers during the demonstration. Thousands of protesters gathered outside the Hong Kong space museum with their laser pointers to protest to the Hong Kong police who arrested Keith Fong Chung-yi, the student union president at the Hong Kong Baptist University for possession of 10 laser pointers when he was stopped and searched by the police. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A protester records the riot police's action with his mobile phone during the demonstration. Thousands of protesters surrounded the Sham Shui Po district police station to demand the release of the student union president Keith Fong Chung Yin who was arrested for buying a torch-like laser pointer which the police consider it as weapons, sparking the latest confrontation between the protesters and the police. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A riot police officer shouts at protesters and the press during a confrontation. Thousands of protesters surrounded the Sham Shui Po district police station to demand the release of the student union president Keith Fong Chung Yin who was arrested for buying a torch-like laser pointer which the police consider it as weapons, sparking the latest confrontation between the protesters and the police. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A team a first aiders seen helping a resident came back home from work has been injured during the clashes between protesters and riot police officers. Thousands of protesters surrounded the Sham Shui Po district police station to demand the release of the student union president Keith Fong Chung Yin who was arrested for buying a torch-like laser pointer which the police consider it as weapons, sparking the latest confrontation between the protesters and the police. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A protester is being arrested by riot police officers during the demonstration. Thousands of protesters surrounded the Sham Shui Po district police station to demand the release of the student union president Keith Fong Chung Yin who was arrested for buying a torch-like laser pointer which the police consider it as weapons, sparking the latest confrontation between the protesters and the police. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A riot police officer carrying riot control supplies to the front line during the clash with the protesters. Thousands of protesters surrounded the Sham Shui Po district police station to demand the release of the student union president Keith Fong Chung Yin who was arrested for buying a torch-like laser pointer which the police consider it as weapons, sparking the latest confrontation between the protesters and the police. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Protesters using laser pointers towards the space museum during the demonstration. Thousands of protesters gathered outside the Hong Kong space museum with their laser pointers to protest to the Hong Kong police who arrested Keith Fong Chung-yi, the student union president at the Hong Kong Baptist University for possession of 10 laser pointers when he was stopped and searched by the police. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A riot police officer seen confronting with local residents during the clash. Thousands of protesters surrounded the Sham Shui Po district police station to demand the release of the student union president Keith Fong Chung Yin who was arrested for buying a torch-like laser pointer which the police consider it as weapons, sparking the latest confrontation between the protesters and the police. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Riot police officers stand on guard during the clashes with the protesters. Thousands of protesters surrounded the Sham Shui Po district police station to demand the release of the student union president Keith Fong Chung Yin who was arrested for buying a torch-like laser pointer which the police consider it as weapons, sparking the latest confrontation between the protesters and the police. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Riot police officers stand on guard during the clashes with the protesters. Thousands of protesters surrounded the Sham Shui Po district police station to demand the release of the student union president Keith Fong Chung Yin who was arrested for buying a torch-like laser pointer which the police consider it as weapons, sparking the latest confrontation between the protesters and the police. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Protesters built road blocks near the police station during the demonstration. Thousands of protesters surrounded the Sham Shui Po district police station to demand the release of the student union president Keith Fong Chung Yin who was arrested for buying a torch-like laser pointer which the police consider it as weapons, sparking the latest confrontation between the protesters and the police. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Protesters wearing face masks in order to hide their identity from the police during the clash. Thousands of protesters surrounded the Sham Shui Po district police station to demand the release of the student union president Keith Fong Chung Yin who was arrested for buying a torch-like laser pointer which the police consider it as weapons, sparking the latest confrontation between the protesters and the police. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A protester buys a drink from a snack shop during the demonstration. Thousands of protesters surrounded the Sham Shui Po district police station to demand the release of the student union president Keith Fong Chung Yin who was arrested for buying a torch-like laser pointer which the police consider it as weapons, sparking the latest confrontation between the protesters and the police. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A protester uses a blue laser pointer against the riot police officers during the clash. Thousands of protesters surrounded the Sham Shui Po district police station to demand the release of the student union president Keith Fong Chung Yin who was arrested for buying a torch-like laser pointer which the police consider it as weapons, sparking the latest confrontation between the protesters and the police. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Protesters run away from tear gas fired by the police during the demonstration. The unrests in Hong Kong continue as protesters moved to shut down the Asian financial hub with a general strike on Monday after a ninth straight weekend of anti-government protests. The general strike has causes the public transportation systems offering only limited services due to staff shortages. Hundreds of flights flying in and out of the Hong Kong international airport all had been cancelled as numbers of air traffic control staff were on strike. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Protesters take cover while the riot police officers fire tear gas during the demonstration. The unrests in Hong Kong continue as protesters moved to shut down the Asian financial hub with a general strike on Monday after a ninth straight weekend of anti-government protests. The general strike has causes the public transportation systems offering only limited services due to staff shortages. Hundreds of flights flying in and out of the Hong Kong international airport all had been cancelled as numbers of air traffic control staff were on strike. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Protesters with gas masks during the strike. The unrests in Hong Kong continue as protesters moved to shut down the Asian financial hub with a general strike on Monday after a ninth straight weekend of anti government protests. The general strike has causes the public transportation systems offering only limited services due to staff shortages. Hundreds of flights flying in and out of the Hong Kong international airport all had been cancelled as numbers of air traffic control staff were on strike. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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An assembly under LegCo, close to Tamar Park, during the strike. The unrests in Hong Kong continue as protesters moved to shut down the Asian financial hub with a general strike on Monday after a ninth straight weekend of anti government protests. The general strike has causes the public transportation systems offering only limited services due to staff shortages. Hundreds of flights flying in and out of the Hong Kong international airport all had been cancelled as numbers of air traffic control staff were on strike. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Protesters with gas masks and umbrellas during the strike. The unrests in Hong Kong continue as protesters moved to shut down the Asian financial hub with a general strike on Monday after a ninth straight weekend of anti government protests. The general strike has causes the public transportation systems offering only limited services due to staff shortages. Hundreds of flights flying in and out of the Hong Kong international airport all had been cancelled as numbers of air traffic control staff were on strike. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Protesters with improvised shields and gas masks during the strike. The unrests in Hong Kong continue as protesters moved to shut down the Asian financial hub with a general strike on Monday after a ninth straight weekend of anti government protests. The general strike has causes the public transportation systems offering only limited services due to staff shortages. Hundreds of flights flying in and out of the Hong Kong international airport all had been cancelled as numbers of air traffic control staff were on strike. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Protesters with masks stand next to traffic corns during the strike. The unrests in Hong Kong continue as protesters moved to shut down the Asian financial hub with a general strike on Monday after a ninth straight weekend of anti government protests. The general strike has causes the public transportation systems offering only limited services due to staff shortages. Hundreds of flights flying in and out of the Hong Kong international airport all had been cancelled as numbers of air traffic control staff were on strike. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Protesters with improvised shields and gas masks during the strike. The unrests in Hong Kong continue as protesters moved to shut down the Asian financial hub with a general strike on Monday after a ninth straight weekend of anti government protests. The general strike has causes the public transportation systems offering only limited services due to staff shortages. Hundreds of flights flying in and out of the Hong Kong international airport all had been cancelled as numbers of air traffic control staff were on strike. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A placard on the ground inviting the people for the Strike. The unrests in Hong Kong continue as protesters moved to shut down the Asian financial hub with a general strike on Monday after a ninth straight weekend of anti government protests. The general strike has causes the public transportation systems offering only limited services due to staff shortages. Hundreds of flights flying in and out of the Hong Kong international airport all had been cancelled as numbers of air traffic control staff were on strike. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Commuters confront an anti-government protester who were blocking subway's doors during the protest. The unrests in Hong Kong continue as protesters moved to shut down the Asian financial hub with a general strike on Monday after a ninth straight weekend of anti-government protests. The general strike has causes the public transportation systems offering only limited services due to staff shortages. Hundreds of flights flying in and out of the Hong Kong international airport all had been cancelled as numbers of air traffic control staff were on strike. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A protester points at the police during the demonstration. The unrests in Hong Kong continue as protesters moved to shut down the Asian financial hub with a general strike on Monday after a ninth straight weekend of anti-government protests. The general strike has causes the public transportation systems offering only limited services due to staff shortages. Hundreds of flights flying in and out of the Hong Kong international airport all had been cancelled as numbers of air traffic control staff were on strike. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Protesters gather in Wong Tai Shin during the demonstration. The unrests in Hong Kong continue as protesters moved to shut down the Asian financial hub with a general strike on Monday after a ninth straight weekend of anti-government protests. The general strike has causes the public transportation systems offering only limited services due to staff shortages. Hundreds of flights flying in and out of the Hong Kong international airport all had been cancelled as numbers of air traffic control staff were on strike. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Riot police officers fire tear gas and rubber bullets towards the anti-government protesters during the demonstration. The unrests in Hong Kong continue as protesters moved to shut down the Asian financial hub with a general strike on Monday after a ninth straight weekend of anti-government protests. The general strike has causes the public transportation systems offering only limited services due to staff shortages. Hundreds of flights flying in and out of the Hong Kong international airport all had been cancelled as numbers of air traffic control staff were on strike. (Photo by Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Massive crowds of protesters during the strike. The unrests in Hong Kong continue as protesters moved to shut down the Asian financial hub with a general strike on Monday after a ninth straight weekend of anti government protests. The general strike has causes the public transportation systems offering only limited services due to staff shortages. Hundreds of flights flying in and out of the Hong Kong international airport all had been cancelled as numbers of air traffic control staff were on strike. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Protesters with improvised shields and gas masks during the strike. The unrests in Hong Kong continue as protesters moved to shut down the Asian financial hub with a general strike on Monday after a ninth straight weekend of anti government protests. The general strike has causes the public transportation systems offering only limited services due to staff shortages. Hundreds of flights flying in and out of the Hong Kong international airport all had been cancelled as numbers of air traffic control staff were on strike. (Photo by Emilio Navas / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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