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Hong Kong: Anti-govt protesters flood mall with heavy police presence outside

1 21.09.2019 Инфо

W/S Protesters singing 'Glory to Hong Kong' unofficial protest anthem, Hong Kong
M/S Protesters singing 'Glory to Hong Kong' unofficial protest anthem
M/S Protesters holding banners flashed by laser lights
W/S Shopping mall central square crowded with people; chanting
M/S Protesters chanting
M/S Seated protesters with hands up, representing their five demands
M/S Protesters holding moment of silence
M/S Protesters holding moment of silence
M/S Protesters clapping
M/S Protester holding umbrella posing for picture
M/S Protesters chanting and holding Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam's picture
M/S Protesters with umbrellas and laser lights
M/S Protesters with umbrellas
W/S Police vans outside shopping centre
M/S Protesters move rubbish bins to form barricades inside shopping centre
M/S Protesters move rubbish bins to form barricades inside shopping centre
M/S Protesters outside shopping centre
M/S Police
M/S Police running towards protesters
M/S Police and person
M/S Police arguing with press
M/S Police running towards protesters
W/S Protest
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Protesters gathered in a Hong Kong mall for an anti-government demonstration on Saturday, singing what media calls an unofficial 'national anthem' with some having hands on their hearts. Protesters also held their hands up showing five fingers - the number of their demands.
After some of the protesters left the mall, Hong Kong police were seen running towards them, with at least one person being arrested.
Hong Kong has been rocked by demonstrations sparked by the planned extradition bill since March.
Despite Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam's announcement that the bill was withdrawn, protesters are still waiting for other demands to be met. Among them is investigation of alleged police brutality during demonstrations and freedom to those arrested.