14 October 2019

Masked protesters occupy Hong Kong city center

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Hundreds of mask-wearing protesters have occupied Hong Kong central business district having planned yet another round of violent protests at the weekend. reports citing PressTV that protesters marched through Hong Kong's central business district at lunchtime on Friday.

The protests resumed while the city’s rail operator had just opened all stations that morning for the first time in a week.

The operator, MTR Corp, which carries about five million passengers a day, shut down all stations last Friday following arson attacks.

The city's legislature on Friday began its first session since protesters had stormed the building in July.

Some lawmakers were seen wearing black masks as they sat in the chamber.

2019.10.11 / 13:53
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